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Virtual GNO - Going Pink This Weekend

Hey! Hey!

I'm going to be really active this weekend and participate in the 5K walk for Race For The Cure . I haven't walked that far in a while, so I hope I don't konk out. I'm sure I won't. I'll be surrounded by thousands and thousands of people that are either survivors, or friends of survivors, or those that will never let a loved ones memory fade. There is such an incredible energy and it makes me hopeful everytime. Let's get geared up! Let's have a Virtual Girls Night Out!

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Time To Move!

P!NK "So What"

Of course I'm going to play a Pink song ;->

Time For A Cocktail!

*From The Pink Drink Book*

1 1/4 parts VOX Raspberry Vodka
1/2 parts Cointreau
1 part Cranberry Juice
Squeeze of fresh Lime Juice

Mix in shaker half-filled with ice. Pour into a chilled martini glass.

I do believe this will be my drink for the entire weekend. YUMMY!!!

Time For A Game!

Finish this scenario:

"I knew it was too quiet in there. I thought I could leave my 3 yr. old daughter playing quietly in her room with her favorite little dolls, but no. She had to explore. She had to get into "something". When I opened the door I couldn't believe I found her smoothered in ______________ ".

This really happened to me. What do you think she got into?

(If you want to know what she was smoothered in, leave me a comment. I'll tell ya'!)

The VGNO Heart-Shaped Rock Project

The heart-shaped rock has made it safe and sound to Yaya's place. I can't wait to see her picture. It's next stop? Kat's house, that Sassy Irish Lassie.

Don't know what the VGNO Heart-Shaped Project is? Click here (scroll to the bottom of the post). Would you like to take part in the Heart-Shaped Rock Project? Please e-mail me your mailing address and I will add you to our list of VGNO participants.

OK dear VGNO friends, I believe I'll go exercise so I'm ready for the walk this Sunday. (Then come back and have some pink cocktails! :-> )

Start mingling. Have fun! Click the MckLinky button to join the Virtual GNO. Visit those that have signed-in. 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 your readers join us. Send our party into the Twitter world. (#VGNO) The more the merrier! I want everyone to connect. That's what it's all about.


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