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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

P: Place of Provocation and Privacy

Sometimes my mind seeks a place of provocation and privacy simultaneously.

noun: something that incites or provokes; a means of arousing or stirring to action

noun: the quality or condition of being secluded, concealed, or hidden from the presence or view of others

I like to watch movies by myself sometimes, especially when everyone else is gone or asleep in the bed. If it's a great story with an exciting plot and likable characters, I get sucked in quickly. I really get excited about my movies. It doesn't have to be a private adventure, but sometimes it's nice to be alone. I like action, adventure, family, children's, drama, romance, comedy, romance comedy, and suspense. I don't like westerns, black and white movies, horror, musicals, or classics.

Where do you turn to find provocation and privacy? OR... What type of movies are your favorites?

Keep on keepin' on...


  1. I like to watch movies alone too. :) It might stem from my weird sense of humor and that no one wants to watch the same movies as me. LOL.

    Thanks for the nice comment about my tip on Literary Rambles. :)

  2. Provocation is easy to find - it's always there. Privacy, not so much. I try to take myself off alone once a year to get that.

  3. I haven't watched a movie alone in ages. I don't really have any favorite movie genre, but we tend to watch mostly family movies, action, and adventure, with the occasional drama thrown in.

  4. I'm actually a huge fan of classics and black and whites. Most of my favorite movies were all done well before I was born in the 80s. The 30s and 40s were my favorite eras for movies!


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