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Virtual Girls Night Out - Just Breathe

OK. I've paid the bills. We're out of money. Hubby has been out of town all week. My 12 year old dear daughter is staying after school in detention for her crazy behavior in class. I say I need a night out. Since I can't really leave the house let's get going on our Virtual Girls Night Out!

*Is this new for you? Here's what you do to play at the Friday night blog-hopping party: Check out this VGNO post, sign the Simply Linked guest book below with your blog name/blog link then click on links of fellow bloggers and leave some comment love. A sweet message of "Happy VGNO!" is great. Go blog-hopping!*

Time For Some Tunes!

Pearl Jam "Just Breathe"


Anything you want Eddie. So wonderful.


Time For A Cocktail!

*It's more a grown-up dessert than a cocktail*

Everything's Peachy

Ingredients:
~ Two shots Disaronno Amaretto
~ One shot peach schnapps
~ 2 peaches
~ 2 scoops vanilla ice cream
~ One shot lemon juice

Directions:
Blend the above ingredients, drink and enjoy!

I better make a "kiddie" version for my girls. A round of milkshakes tonight!


Time For A Question!

While watching the Olympics I always imagine myself skating on the ice or skiing down a hill. I have never been graceful enough, or strong enough, to be any where near the level of these athletes, but it's fun to dream.

If you could be in an Olympic event, regardless of your current strength, what sport would you choose?

I would love to be a Snowboarder. I'm absolutely horrible at it on my Wii Fit. So in my dreams I want to be an excellent Snowboarder, baggy pants blowing in the breeze and iPod shuffling tunes to keep me pumped. What about you?


OK now, go blog hopping! Sign in with MckLinky below to join the Virtual GNO. Click links and visit your blog friends. Hopefully you'll meet some new ones! 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.

***Let me know if you're having trouble adding your link***



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