Onions, Parfaits, and Potatos
by Jennifer AlLee
It's Friday. If you're like me, it's been a long week. So today, I want to chat about something total fun: Animated movies.
"I'm Woody. Howdy, howdy, howdy!"
"Pull yourself together. You are Elastigirl!"
"There goes Bill. Poor Bill."
"It's so fluffy!"
"That's right, he can be taught!"
"Me whole life flashed before me eyes. It was really boring."
Lately, we've been quoting the Minions from Despicable Me. My son (who is 20, by the way) and I will look at each other and burst out, "POTATO!" If you don't know why, there's only one way to explain it. Please enjoy the following video. And the next time you need a pick me up, consider treating your inner child to some animated fun.
JENNIFER ALLEE believes the most important thing a woman can do is find her identity in God – a theme that carries throughout her novels. A professional writer for over twenty years, she's done extensive freelance work for Concordia Publishing House, including skits, Bible activity pages, and over 100 contributions to their popular My Devotions series. Her novels include The Love of His Brother (Five Star, 11/07), The Pastor’s Wife (Abingdon Press, 2/10), The Mother Road (Abingdon Press, 4/12) and A Wild Goose Chase Christmas (Abingdon Press, 11/12). She's thrilled to be working on her first historical series with the amazing Lisa Karon Richardson. Diamond in the Rough and Vanishing Act (Whitaker House) are the first two books in the Charm and Deceit series, available now. And... as if that's not enough, her novella Comfort and Joy will appear in the Christmas anthology, Mistletoe Memories (Barbour, 9/13) She's a member of American Christian Fiction Writers, Romance Writers of America, Christian Authors Network, and the Christian Fiction Blog Alliance.