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Virtual Girls Night Out - Ricky Gervais and a Heart Rock

The Traveling Heart-Shaped Rock Project is back on track! The first stop is Connecticut.  Would you like to take part?  What we are doing is mailing this "little gem" around the globe, having bloggers take pictures of it when it reaches them and posting those pictures on their blog.  After your "T.H.S.R.P." picture post you mail it to the next person on the list.  On and on it goes.  Want to be on the list?  Send an email to me at annharrison@comcast.net and I'll send you all the information.  Time to get on with our Virtual Girls Night Out!

*The VGNO blog-hop is for those who want to party "virtually" with other bloggers. Add your blog link to the link-up below, get on your fuzzy slippers, make yourself a cocktail, visit those that have left their blog link and have fun! Happy VGNO!*


Time For Some Tunes!

(Am I the last person to know that Ricky Gervais was in an '80's New Wave band?!?)

Seona Dancing "Bitter Heart"

Wow.  He's pretty darn cute!!  I'm remembering Patrick Nagel prints and John Hughes movies.


Time For A Cocktail!

Ingredients:
8 ounces cranberry juice
4 ounces orange juice
4 ounces berry-flavored vodka
2 ounces Campari
Crushed ice
1 squeeze lemon juice
Directions:
Mix cranberry juice, orange juice, vodka, and Campari in a cocktail shaker with ice. Squeeze in lemon juice and strain into 4 glasses filled with ice.

Delicious!  Cheers!


Time For a Giveaway!
I have a fantastic "Summertime Family Movie 5-DVD Prize Pack" happening over at Ann Again... and again Reviews.  Click here to check it out!


Alright my lovely blog friends, we have the Traveling Heart-Shaped Rock Project back on track!  If you haven't signed up yet please e-mail me( annharrison@comcast.net ) and get on the list.  20 stops so far!

Have fun at our Virtual Girls Night Out! If you like, leave your blog link and we'll visit your blog and say, "Happy VGNO!"

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