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Virtual G.N.O.- Post HSM3

Second night, same as the first. For those that were dancing in the aisles at the opening night of "High School Musical 3". (Oh, you're wonderful parents. Yes, you are!!!)

I need to let loose. The last few nights have been crazy with my little one. She hasn't been feeling well, which means that sleep is all messed up. And last night we discovered that Ibuprofen can put her into a bit of a hallucinogenic state. Really!!! She was freaking out about not being able to stop counting. She was dazed and kept asking "What's 5 + 1 ?" or "What's the number below 8?"
She could not rest well so we stayed up most of the night talking about numbers and shapes. whee-ee-ee (yawn)
And I did that after coming home from seeing "Spring Awakening" again! (Thank you husband!!!) I think I'm a groupie now. Maybe I'll follow them to California.

So on with the evening. Here's how a Virtual GNO is done; when someone leaves a comment go visit their blog and leave a comment. When your blog is visited go introduce yourself to your guest. But come back! It's a party! Invite your friends.

Go grab a beverage of your choice and let's dance.

Spoon - "Don't You Evah"


Groovy tune.

OK. We need a drink recipe for tonight. And since Halloween is next week let's choose a nice Vampire Kiss. (I'm in the mood for Rum, but you can easily omit it.)

Vampire Kiss
2 parts Malibu Passion Fruit Rum
1 part tonic water
Splash of cranberry juice

Shake with ice, strain into a cocktail glass and garnish with seasonal fruit. (Maybe a black cherry.)

Hey, is anyone dressing up for Halloween? I don't dress-up so I don't have any fun pictures to show. Do you have some costumed pics you want to share? Post them and let me know! Tattooed Minivan Mom has posted one. Caroline of The Zen In You has used her gorgeous talents and posted some images.
Now, here are some costumes that some might find quiet frightening!

McCain and Palin in "High School Musical 3"
They've got some moves! Thanks for this Alex!

Now here's something from my dear friend Toni. I just have to share.

Ron Howard's Call To Action
See more Ron Howard videos at Funny or Die

Enough with the politics already, right?!? (Don't answer that.)

I've got my drink mixed and I'm ready. Now go mingle at our Girls Night Out. When someone leaves a comment go visit their blog and leave a comment. And when your blog is visited, go visit your guests blog. Keep the momentum going. And invite some of your blog pals if you like!
Come back though! It's a party!

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