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Virtual Girls Night Out - Mind Over Matter & A Giveaway

I like a good joke. Love to laugh. But the way my stomach has been feeling recently isn't funny. Let's just say... I'm praying it's a touch of the flu. I'm sure it is. Yep, almost positive. (I don't think I've ever prayed for a touch of the flu before!!!) I need to get my mind on other things, like what's going on in my blog friends worlds. Time for a Virtual Girls Night Out!

* The VGNO is for those who couldn't get a baby-sitter but still need to break away from the cries and demands of our family, if only for a little bit. The VGNO has been hopping since 2008! Amazing! Check out this post, then add your blog name & link to Simply Linked below. Click on blog links that have joined our party. Visit friends & go blog-hopping! And... if you don't have time to blog-hop tonight, that's cool. Add your link anyway & I bet you'll be able to visit friends tomorrow... or the next day... or the next day. Happy VGNO! *

Time For A Cocktail!

Fuzzy Navel

(stomach - navel... oh the lengths I go to stay on a thread!)

Ingredients:
1 1/2 oz peach schnapps
orange juice to fill
Preparation:
Pour the peach schnapps into an highball glass filled with ice cubes. Top with orange juice. Stir well.


Time For Some Tunes!

Dave Matthews Band "You and Me"


I will love this song forever. Great video. Wish I could have been in that room.


Time For A Giveaway!

Recently I was able to try, or better yet my daughter tried, a wonderful skin product that's all natural with lots of organics and fruit extracts. It's perfect for her sensitive skin and actually gets her into the tub. (It's a miracle.) If you would like a chance to win please visit my review site Ann Again... and again Reviews.


*OK, I'm starting to feel better already. Time to visit my blog friends at this VGNO. Add your blog link with Simply Linked and have fun hopping around!


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