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Virtual Girls Night Out - Where's The Sun???



Here we are, school is out for the year and it's supposed to be "summer" but the weather in Portland, OR is anything but shiny and frolicky (it's a word, right?).  I'm going to do a little Mind Over Matter and create my own sunshine at this weeks Virtual Girls Night Out.  Join Me!

*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! 

The weather is just NOT cooperating in Portland, OR this season.  It's raining and cold today.  Ugh.  Time for a little encouragement through music.
 
The Sundays "Summertime"


Time For A Cocktail!

Ingredients

8 Lemons (Juice Only)
24 ounces Club Soda
4 Rosemary Sprigs
4 tablespoons Sugar
4 ounces Sauza® Blanco Tequila
Directions

Combine lemons, club soda, sugar and tequila in pitcher. Mix well. Refrigerate until cold. Place 1 rosemary sprig in each of the 4 serving cups. Pour margarita and drink cold or iced.

Delicious! All I need to do is get a sun lamp, play some ocean sounds, and lounge on a chaise.  Ahhhh


Time For A Giveaway!

I have a Summertime Family Movie 5-DVD Set giveaway happening at my review site Ann Again... and again Reviews.  It's a great collection for those nights when you want to relax with a big bowl of popcorn and laugh with your kids. The collection includes Mary Poppins, The Parent Trap, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Annie and Ramona and Beezus.  Visit Ann Again... and again Reviews and enter to win!


Time For The Traveling Heart-Shaped Rock Project!

This "little gem" is being mailed around the globe, bloggers receiving the rock take pictures of it when it reaches them and post 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.  First stop Connecticut!


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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