Slink’s Links

Slink's Links

Happy Friday everyone! Here are a few links to get you to quittin’ time!

In honor of school starting, here are few pictures of children who were less than thrilled to pose for a first day picture. The choke hold really cracks me up.

You can read this post about what the sun really thinks of you. I’ll be over here soaking in a vat of sunscreen.

I have a friend who thinks everyone needs to know a few good jokes off the top of their head. Here are several two-liners that should get the party started!

Break out the Kleenex. This woman captured the exact moment when her mother (who has Alzheimer’s) remembered that she was her daughter. It’s true love in less than a minute.

Here is a unique look at famous movie scenes in real life. So cool. So creative.

When I was in fourth grade, I won the Citizen Bee award and was called up to the podium in front of the entire school. Of course the principal looked at my uniquely spelled name and enthusiastically instructed “Linky Ray” to join her on stage. I looked around for the foreign exchange student who was lucky enough to win such a prestigious award and was quickly ushered out of my seat by my teacher.

Needless to say, Linky stuck through high school, morphed into Slinky and was later shortened to Slink. To this day, a handful of people call me Slink, including my high school friend Julie, my niece and everyone standing around my niece at any given moment because she has never heard of this stranger named Lincee.

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atl
atl

Love the links again! The two-liners are great!! I may have to go look at Matthew Crawley again. 😉

Jackie
Jackie

Love the real life movie scenes. That’s great!

joy cee
joy cee

I came for the bachelor a few years ago and stayed for everything else. This is the first I’ve commented.
Thanks so much for the Alzheimer’s video link. My brother, 54, was just diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s. It’s hard to believe my big bro, who taught me to read at age 4 (cause he was a teenager & had more important things to do besides reading to a bratty sis), forgetting who we are. BTW reading is still my favorite downtime activity.

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