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Virtual GNO & Vlog Update

Happy Friday blog friends!!! A lot is happening today/this weekend so let's get started with our blog hopping party, shall we? Happy VGNO!!!

*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!

My 6th grade daughter is having a Valentine's Day school dance. Ah, nervous memories are flooding me now. Time for a flash back...

Michael Jackson "Rock With You"



Anyone else doing "The Spank"? Sway that tush*side-to-side*sway*sway*

Time For A Cocktail!

Agave Kiss

Ingredients:
2 oz Tequila
1 oz white creme de cacao
1 oz double cream
1/2 oz Chambord
white chocolate flakes for rimming fresh raspberries for garnish

Preparation:
In a cocktail shaker with ice, add tequila, white crème de cacao, double cream and Chambord. Shake for 15 seconds. Pour into a chilled cocktail glass, rimmed with white chocolate, add a spear of fresh raspberries, and serve.

Are you kidding me?!? This sounds absolutely amazing. Kids... go to bed! ;->

Time To Vlog!

Last week I vlogged my commitment to organizing my pictures and getting my scrapbooking in order. Have I respected my commitment?




I need to hang out at Julie's blog Julie Chats to get better idea's for my pages. But I'm making things! Good for me.

Time For A Party Question!

Did you go to dances while you were in Middle School and/or middle school age?

I was tremendously shy and a nervous wreck. Hated it. My friends made me go, so I was the cliched "Wall Flower". All the while my friends swayed side to side and tried to look like they didn't care as much as they really did about the boy they were dancing with. Good times, good times.

What about you? Were you a Dancing Queen? Or a Wall Flower? Or something in between?


OK now, go blog hopping! Sign the Simply Linked guestbook 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.

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