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Virtual GNO - Yikes! No Costumes Yet!

Here it is a week before Halloween and I have no costumes for my girls. Not one costume! Last year I was so-o-o organized. I even made a Black Widow Spider costume (I'm not a sewing kinda gal so that was really something). I need to loosen up and get my creative juices flowin'. I need a Virtual Girls Night Out.

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!

Guess who I went to see last night??? :->

Brandi Carlile "The Story"


She is so incredible. So talented. You must go see her when she comes to your town. (---Thanks so much Barbara Jones/One2One Network ---)

Have you seen some good shows lately? Tell me about them!

Time For A Cocktail!

"Dirty Mother"
Ingredients:
1 1/2 oz brandy
3/4 oz coffee liqueur
Preparation:
Build the ingredients in an old-fashioned glass with ice cubes.
Stir well.


VGNO "Heart-Shaped Rock Project"

The rock has made it's way to Carolee's "Working In My Jammies And Loving It". Check this out!!!



The heart-shaped rock will then make it's way to Gena's at "Relax and Enjoy All The Serene Moments".

Our little gem has a lot of stops ahead of it. Would you like to participate in the traveling "VGNO Heart-Shaped Rock Project"? Send me your mailing address and I'll put you on the list. Please e-mail annharrisonATcomcastDOTnet. (I'm saving all the pics and will have a slide show at the end of the project :-> )


Alright now, let's go blog-hop! 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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