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Virtual Girls Night Out - I Need Your Input


I'm gonna be honest here, I am astounded at how many Friday Blog-Linky, Blog-Hoppy blogs have come about within the last couple of months. When I started the Virtual GNO in the summer of 2008 there wasn't anything else like it. Now, you have a plethora of blogs to choose from to leave your link and blog-hop your day/night away. My goal was to have blogger's "find each other", to help create new friendships, blog-pals, while having that "night out" experience, virtually. There's tons of incredibly popular link-ups now. Should I pull the curtain on the VGNO? Feedback please.

I'm forging ahead with the VGNO blog-hopping party tonight though! Add you link below and let's go!!!

Get To Know Me!

I want to add a feature to our party and get to know you a little better. Each week I'll spotlight a Virtual GNO guest & their blog, she'll be our VGNO... um... I don't know what the title should be...anyone? Suggestions please :-> Who wants to be in the spotlight? E-mail me at annharrison@comcast.net and we'll get you ready for your close-up. Whose first?!?

Time For Some Tunes!

Colby Caillat "Fallin' For You"


Perfect little summer song. (It's going to be stuck in my head all day!)


Time For A Cocktail!

Baileys Banana Karma
Ingredients:
2 oz. Baileys Original Irish Cream
.25 oz. Godiva Mocha Liqueur
.25 oz. Smirnoff No. 21 Vodka
1 splash milk/cream
1 banana
Preparation:
Blend all ingredients together and serve in a parfait glass. Garnish with grated chocolate for that extra special touch.

The extra leg lifts and squats are worth it. Yum!!!


OK friends, let me know if you feel the VGNO is worth saving. Would you like to be in the Virtual GNO "Spotlight"? What should we call our special guest of the week? I really need your feedback and participation, don't I? :->

Have fun blog-hopping!



VGNO Party People!

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