Slink’s Links

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Happy Friday everyone! Here are a few links to get you to the weekend. Enjoy!

I would love for you to check out my Welcome to Sweden and Covert Affairs recaps over at Entertainment Weekly! I’m having a blast writing for them, and would love to hear what you think! Or you could just click it and go about your business. Either way, I still love you for the support. Truly.

I am OBSESSED with all things Misty Copeland. Then I saw this commercial and the obsession grew. Chills upon chills.

Need a little pick-me-up today? Click here. You will not be disappointed.

Here are a few online dating profiles from your favorite literary characters! Brilliant!

I received a message from IHGB reader Jess who has a wonderful little autistic community of followers on her Facebook page. She wrote a sweet piece about Paper Clouds Apparel on her personal blog and is hoping to increase awareness for the company and the cause. Check out her blog HERE and feel free to LIKE the Paper Clouds Apparel Facebook Page HERE.

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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Thank you SO much for sharing the PCA story and link. They are such an amazing company and I’m thrilled to be a able to help spread their message.





Gee, the blog you mentioned ….. adiaryofamom.….. Is really interesting and very touching. Thanks Lincee!


Here is a little pick-me-up I think you might enjoy that I have been meaning to share. Blurred Lines, Hugh Jackman, Michael Fassbender, and James McAvoy. Short clip but so great!