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Virtual GNO - Summer Vacation Burn Out Already?



I'm at the end of our first full week of Summer vacation and I already feel burnt out. Julie, your Cruise Director, is out of ideas. Or, at least, low on energy. I think I'm expecting too much. A few days of going with the flow should be acceptable. What's the matter with me?!? *deep breath*

OK. Starting now I'm going to relax with the "Activity Schedule" and see what happens. How about a Virtual Girls Night Out to put me in the right frame of mind?

*The VGNO is a blog-hopping party that began in 2008 and, thanks to your support, has no intention of slowing down. Add you blog link below and join the party!

Time For Some Tunes!

*For the great group at VGNO!*



Crazy kids. (I would love to put my face under a soft serve spout!)

Time For A Giveaway!

A lovely product, made by mom/small business owner Rachel Ferrucci, Touch'd Moisture Myst.  Enter at my review site Ann Again... and again Reviews!

Time For A Cocktail!

We need to get ready for 4th of July!

Sparkler
Ingredients:
1 oz. 1800 Tequila
2 oz. Sparkling Wine
.5 oz.Raspberry Liquor
.5 oz. Soho Lychee Liquor
Directions:
Combine tequila, raspberry liquor and soho lychee liquor in the bottom of a champagne flute. Top with sparkling wine or champagne.

My, my. Lychee liquor. How interesting... I think I'll like it!


VGNO Spotlight Guest!

Again, a huge thank you for your support and kind words regarding the little blog-hopping party we have here. Robin at Cinnamon & Honey is full of wonderful ideas and I'm going to get on those right away! Well, as soon as I can figure out how to manage my computer time with my 2 girls who also want to be on the computer. This should make for an interesting summer!

Beginning July 9th, each week we'll have one guest in the VGNO Spotlight. We'll get to know them a little better and support their blog. Would you like to be in the spotlight? E-mail me at annharrison@comcast.net and let me know.


Time to get blog-hopping friends! Happy VGNO!



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