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Virtual Girls Night Out - Where's My Candy?


This week has been packed. The Halloween parade at school this morning was adorable. And now we have pumpking carving and baking to do. I'm pretty dang tired but this is no time to rest! Let's jump into our Virtual Girls Night Out and get our energy up!

New to the Friday night blog-hopping party? This is what you do: Check out this VGNO post then sign the MckLinky guest book below with your name/blog link. Visit fellow bloggers by clicking on their blog link. Leave some comment luv with a message of "Happy VGNO!" Go blog-hopping!


Time For Some Tunes!

Fleet Foxes "Mykonos"


Fun video

Time For A Cocktail!

The Bone
2 oz. Wild Turkey rye (or other 100-proof rye or bourbon)
1 teaspoon fresh-squeezed lime juice
1 teaspoon simple syrup (made with equal parts sugar and water)
3 dashes Tabasco sauce

Strain into chilled tall shot glass and serve.

VGNO "Heart Shaped Rock Project"

Did you see Carolee's picture last week?


So-o-o-o-o cute!

The rock is traveling to Gena's at "Relax and Enjoy All The Serene Moments" next, then it will make a stop at Stacy's "Random Thoughts". Would you like to participate too? Just e-mail me your mailing address and I'll add you to the list. I'm at annharrisonATcomcastDOTnet.

Time For A Question?

Are you dressing up for Halloween? Hmmmm??? If so, what are you going to be? I'll be answering the door wearing my best pearl necklance and cashmere sweater while channeling Bree Van de Kamp of Desperate Housewives. To me, that kind of housewife is terrifying. Boo!

Let's get on with the VGNO. Click the MckLinky button and add your blog link to join the Virtual GNO. Visit those that have left their blog link. Go blog-hopping! Invite your blog readers to join us here. Post A LINK to the Virtual GNO on your blog. That's what the VGNO is all about. And if you hang out on Twitter, leave your address so I can follow you :->



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