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Virtual GNO - The Man Behind The Garden

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Things are still floating around in the Harrison household without any certain direction so this Virtual GNO is following in the same vein.  Susan, of "Secrets of a Suburban Soccer Mom", I totally owe you that interview/VGNO Spotlight that I told you was yours today.  I apologize for not getting it together.  But it will happen.  VGNO Friends!  Please go visit her site and see her interview with Teri Hatcher!  And then see her cookin' with Bobby Flay!  Great fun.

*Just what is a Virtual Girls Night Out? VGNO is a way to visit blogs & hang with blog pals on Friday nights without the cost of hiring a babysitter. It's a Blog-Hop.  Everyone's doing them now and we've been hopping since 2008! Touch base with those you know, or meet someone new and begin a beautiful blog friendship - all in the comfort of your fuzzy bunny slippers. It's a blog-hopping Virtual Girls Night Out!*   AND... This party will be moving to Saturday's. 



Time For Some Tunes!

Sara Bareilles "King of Anything"

Great video.   I want to be in that garden at the end.  Speaking of gardens... some asked about the watering system from yesterday's "Little Garden Vlog" post.  Check it out.


Rob's watering system...



If only we could make a living from creating gardens and bragging about them  sharing our enjoyment  ;->


Time For A Cocktail!

Lavender Lemonade
Ingredients
1 oz LOFT Lavender Cello
1 oz vodka
4 oz lemonade
Lemon wheel for garnish
Directions
Blend and enjoy!

I've got the lavender.  I better walk to the store before the heat wave hits. 


OK friends, off we go to show our support and blog-hop.  Thank you for your incredibly kind words, I can feel the love... really.

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