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Virtual GNO - Ready For The Season Edition

December is busier than I want it to be. Both of my girls' birthday's are this month. (I know, I know. We should have planned better. We should have planned period!!!) This weekend is my youngest's party and next weekend is my oldests. Throw in the other festivities of the season and we are in full blown party mode!

See let's get started with our Virtual Girls Night Out party. Here's how it's done; when someone leaves a comment, or sign's Mr. Linky, 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.

Time To Dance!


Katy Perry "Hot 'N' Cold"


That's a good break from holiday music. I have to say, I have an issue with a particular holiday song. If I hear "Christmas Shoes" one more time I'm going to blow. That song pisses me off! This guy has done everything he could to make us cry; dying mother, sad son who wants to buy her shoes before she goes to met Jesus, the boy doesn't have enough money... CRAP! I will NOT cry! Bad songwriter, BAD Songwriter!

Time For A Cocktail!

In honor of my youngest birthday that happens to fall on Pearl Harbor Day let's make the namesake drink.

Pearl Harbor
Ingredients:
2 oz vodka
1 oz melon liqueur
pineapple juice
maraschino cherry for garnish
pineapple chunks for garnish

I'm not normally a sweet drink gal, so I just might skip the fruit and just go for the vodka. Cheers!

Party Game

Let's have a little Optical Illusion fun with our friend Jesus. Try this out!



Now go mingle at our Virtual GNO. When someone leaves a comment, or signs lovely Mr. Linky, go visit their blog and leave a comment. And when your blog is visited, go visit your guests blog. Keep the party going. And invite some of your blog pals!
Come back though, it's a party!

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