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Virtual GNO - Anniversary and a Large Storm



Geez! I don't know about you but I am so glad this week is over. Or, at least, I am so glad Friday is here. Number 1, because this week has felt very funky. Yesterday was such a weird combination of 'Really???' and 'Wow!!!' And, Number 2, because today is my 16th wedding Anniversary. (Love you Guitar Guy!)

I need a release! I need a party! I need a Virtual Girls Night Out!!!

First virtual party? Welcome! The original Virtual GNO is a blog-hopping party that began in the summer of 2008. I couldn't get a sitter and was in desperate need for time away from my children and some adult conversation. I decided to do the next best thing and turned to my blog friends. At least I can "get out" in my imagination.

Get Your BLOG Over Here!

To join the blog-hopping fun, check out my VGNO post then sign the Mr. Linky guest book with your name/blog link. Visit fellow bloggers that have signed in. It's a party so at a party you mingle, right? Go blog-hopping! I want everyone to connect. That's what it's all about.

Time To Move!

Last night hubby and I went to the one-woman show "Crazy Enough" from the glorious, completely #$%!@# awesome talent Storm Large. Here she is when she was on Rock Star: Supernova back in 2006.

Storm Large "Ladylike"


If there is any chance that she gets this show on the road you must go see her. This video does not do her power justice. Check out her MySpace page. (You just might get a kick out of her bands name, or offended ;-> ) Storm Large.


Time For A Cocktail!

Wedding Anniversary
Ingredients:
3 oz Vodka
3 oz Galliano
12 oz Orange Juice
1 1/2 oz Campari Bitters

Directions:
Shake with ice and strain into a glass.

Galliano is made from flowers and herbs. I can't wait to try it!


And The Lucky Winner Is...?

Last weeks VGNO had a great giveaway from our friend Julie at Skin Free. The $30 Gift Certificate goes to...

Stacie from Super Mommy To The Rescue. Congratulations Stacie! Enjoy the wonderful products.

I hope to have another terrific giveaway for my VGNO buddies next week :->

Time For A Question

Have you met the love of your life? If so, how did you meet?

I've told a little bit about the beginning of my relationship with Rob (a.k.a. "Guitar Guy") and I will go into more detail later about our fun beginning but, I don't want this VGNO post to go too long. And I'd rather hear your story! So tell me, how did you two crazy kids meet? :->



Alright now, go have fun! Sign in with Mr. Linky. If Mr. Linky isn't working please leave your blog link in the comments section below to join the Virtual GNO. Visit those that sign-in. It's a party so go mingle. Go blog-hopping! That's what it's all about. Share this party with your blog friends, post A LINK to the Virtual GNO on your blog and have them join us. Send our party into Twitter world. (#VGNO) Leave your Twitter ID in the comments section. The more the merrier! I want everyone to connect. That's what it's all about.


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