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Virtual Girls Night Out - Looking For Light

Party,Woman,Balloons,Ann Again... and again

Today's date is heavy.  There is no denying that.  Honor.  Persevere.  Acceptance.  LOVE.

Moving Forward.

OK friends, I need some light in my life and I'm going to bring it to this weeks Virtual Girls Night Out party!  Care to join me?

*The VGNO Blog-Hop began in the summer of 2008. Connecting, supporting, encouraging - those words describe the VGNO Guest. And hopefully we gain more exposure for your blog - that's the intent of the VGNO. So get on your bunny slippers, make yourself a cocktail add your blog link and have fun! Join the Traveling Heart-Shaped Rock Project (details below). Happy VGNO!*


Time For Some Tunes!

Bob Marley "Three Little Birds"


Ya Mon!  Irie!

Time For A Cocktail!

Hope Floats
1 1/2 ounces PAMA
1 ounce citrus vodka
2 ounces pink grapefruit juice
Champagne
Raspberry sorbet
Sprig of mint
Directions:
Shake PAMA, vodka and grapefruit juice with ice. Strain into a champagne flute. Add one scoop of your favorite raspberry sorbet. Top with a splash of champagne. Garnish with a sprig of mint.
 
Sounds delicious.  Mommy's Milkshake! ;->  Cheers!
 
 
Update on The Traveling Heart-Shaped Rock Project!
 
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The little "gem" has made it to Brenda's "The Chacogirl" in Paraguay.  How cool!  I ask for the rock to be photographed with something that represents you, something that is important to you, and if you know Brenda then you know she loves her sewing machine!
 
 
Next stop, Carolee's place "Come On Home" in Pennellville, NY.  We have 21 participants so far.  If you would like to join the Traveling Heart-Shaped Rock Project click here for all the information.
 
 
OK friends, have fun at our VGNO party!  Sign the guest book below with your blog link and visit those that have signed in with a "Happy VGNO!" virtual calling card.  Whoo Hoo!!!
 

 


Ann Again and again

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