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Virtual GNO - Easter Edition



Hey, Hey Friends! How's it going so far? It's a day off from school for my girls (again!)so I'm a bit scattered. The "Easter Bunny" hasn't finished "his" errands so we'll see what can get done. Man! I just hate being unorganized. I know what would make me feel better... A Virtual Girls Night Out! (A real one would be best :-> )

For those that are new to our party, a Virtual Girls Night Out (boys welcome too) is a blog-hopping party. A way to meet others while in our fluffy bunny slippers (Boys, I'm not judging ;->). The party starts here! You sign the Mr. Linky guestbook then visit fellow bloggers that have signed in as well. Please add your blog link to Mr. Linky below and join in the blog-hopping fun!

I need some feel good music to get me going today.

Time To Groove!

Luce "Good Day"


Love, love, love them!!!

I feel the need for a light refreshment...

Time For A Cocktail!

Spring Fever:
Ingredients:
1 oz. Tangerine Juice
1 oz. Bacardi Light Rum
1 oz. Smirnoff® vodka
12 oz.Sprite®

Directions:
Blend all the ingredients in a shaker and serve.


Who knows how my Easter eggs will turn out after a few of these?! ;->

OK, I'm impatiently waiting for the UPS truck to show up at my door with shoes I ordered from Zappos.com. It's the first time I've done this and maybe I've cut this too close. These shoes are for Sunday and it looks like I might be going to church barefoot! Maybe not barefoot, but in my casual flip-flops. Not what I was planning but, oh well. I'm so behind on my what needs to be done. *breathe Ann, breathe*

At least I will be able to have my mom's famous Hot Cross Buns (by way of Helen Bernhard Bakery ;-> ) That is a must-have-item for me on Easter. Do you have something that you just have to have on Easter?

Time For A Question!

What Easter candy do you just have to have?

For me it's a coconut filled chocolate egg from See's Candy. I also go for those malt ball Robin's eggs. Yeah baby! Anyone else a coconut lover?

And, speaking of "Robin", our lucky winner from last week's VGNO giveaway was Robin of Cinnamon & Honey. And... Wednesday the 8th just happened to be her birthday! Please wish our Virtual GNO friend a 'Happy Birthday'. And some 'Congratulations' for winning beautiful earrings of her choice from our talented and generous giveaway sponsor Rebecca of Jewelry and Gifts by Rebecca.

Now go have fun! Sign Mr. Linky's guestbook below to join the Virtual GNO. Visit those that sign-in. Go blog-hopping! That's what it's all about. I would love to meet your blog friends so post A LINK to our party on your blog and have them join us. Send our party into Twitter world. The more the merrier! That's what it's all about. (That, and the Hokey Pokey :-> )



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***** Here's something I want you to try... Will you check-out the site Beautiful! Fabulous! for me? And, while you're there, will you join this fun group? If you haven't visited this gem of a site, you're in for a treat. Some of your favorite people are there, along with terrific information. We would LOVE your support! When you join please send me a message. I can't wait to see you there :->


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