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Mental Health Provided by Pinterest!


by Jennifer AlLee


At the end of last year, my mother got sick. Not "it's just a head cold" kind of sick, but seriously, "in need of 24 hour a day care" kind of sick. It started in October, and on December 28th, she went home to be with Jesus. Now, I know that's exactly where Mom went, and I know that she is having the time of her life. Me, on the other hand... well, it's been hard. Today, for example, I spent many hours dealing with financial issues directly related to her passing. Not fun.

BUT! That's not the point of this post. Believe it or not, by the time you get to the bottom of the screen, you will at least be smiling, and most likely, you'll be laughing out loud. Why? Because I'm going to share with you some of the random, goofy things I've found on Pinterest that have lifted my spirits after slipping into the dumps.


In case you can't read the little sign, it says, "Bill Posters is an innocent man!" This is like what happens in my head every time I hear someone shout, "Fire at will!" I think, "NO! What did Will ever do to you?"


It's an ear of CORN riding a UNICYLE... It's a UNICORN!  LOL 


Pop culture reference. Who gets it?


Finally, you can't go wrong with a wisecracking Minion!
Happy Wednesday to you :)




JENNIFER ALLEE was born in Hollywood, California, and spent her first ten years living above a mortuary one block away from the famous intersection of Hollywood & Vine. Now she lives in the grace-filled city of Las Vegas, which just goes to prove she’s been blessed with a unique life. When she’s not busy spinning tales, she enjoys playing games with friends, attending live theater and movies, and singing at the top of her lungs to whatever happens to be playing on the car radio. Although she’s thrilled to be living out her lifelong dream of being a novelist, she considers raising her son to be her greatest creative accomplishment. She's a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Romance Writers of America, and Christian Authors Network. Her novels include The Pastor’s WifeThe Mother Road, A Wild Goose Chase Christmas, Last Family Standing, and Vinnie's Diner from Abingdon Press; Diamond in the Rough, Vanishing Act, and Curtain Call from Whitaker House and co-written with Lisa Karon Richardson; the novella Comfort and Joy in the Christmas anthology, Mistletoe Memories from Barbour; and A Worthy Suitor from Harlequin's Heartsong Presents.

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  1. I particularly liked the Milli Vanilli and minion ones. Hee hee.

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  2. Made me chuckle! Thanks for sharing, Jen!
    I'm so going to do that last one...

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  3. Thanks for the chuckle, Jen.

    Am I the only person who didn't like Despicable Me?

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