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Virtual Girls Night Out - Make It Work!


Well, we have a new (to us) car.  It's a Honda Odyssey.  I like it, but my girls want our old van back.  I'm not exactly sure why, other than the fact that change of any kind is difficult and they probably want to stick with what they know, even if that means, no air conditioning, constant repair bills and getting to know the tow truck drivers by name.  Change is all around! Let's hold on tight, hope for the best and get going with our blog party, the Virtual Girls Night Out!

*The Virtual Girls Night Out is for those that don't have a chance to truly get out of the house but still want to "hang with their friends". So, make yourself a cocktail, put on some cozy "what-ever's" and have fun. Leave a comment to let us know you stopped by. We'll do the same and say "Happy VGNO!"*
 

Time For Some Tunes!

Alpha Rev  "New Morning"



Do yourself a favor and get this song, listen to it while in the garden, going for a walk, or driving.  Love it!


Time For A Cocktail!

Ingredients:
1 1/2 oz Vodka
1/2 oz Dark Creme de Cacao
2 oz Light Cream
1/4 tsp Grated Nutmeg
Directions: 
Combine the vodka, creme de cacao and cream in a cocktail shaker half-filled with ice cubes. Shake well, and strain into a cocktail glass. Garnish with a dusting of nutmeg, and serve.

Time For The Traveling Heart-Shaped Rock!

Our dear blog friend Mary at Kyooty Center took our little gem to the beach.

What a lucky, little rock :->  Visit Mary at Kyooty Center and find out more about the T.H.S.R.P. stay in Canada.  So fun! Next stop Tracie's place in Florida.  Would you like to have the Traveling Heart-Shaped Rock Project visit your blog?  We have 22 stops so far and you would be a welcome addition.  Click here for all the information.

Alright blog pals, have fun at the Virtual Girls Night Out!

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