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Virtual Girls Night Out - Racing For The Cure


It's that time of year, I'm grabbing my serious walking shoes, carbo loading and wearing my pink because this Sunday I'm joining my family and the sisterhood to Race For The Cure.  It will be the third year my oldest, Katie, will be joining my mom, sister and I.  It strikes your heart and takes your breath away when you get to the top of hill and look back at the thousands of fellow fighters.  I look forward to the day we don't have to race any more.  Until that time, let's get moving and enjoy our weekly Friday night party - the Virtual Girls Night Out!

*The Virtual Girls Night Out is for those that don't have a chance to get out of the house but still want to "hang with their friends". So, make yourself a cocktail, put on something cozy 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!


Amos Lee "Flower"


Time For A Cocktail!


Pink Lemonade

    Ingredients:
  • 1.25 oz. Captain Morgan Original Spiced
  • 3 oz. cranberry juice
  • 1 oz. orange juice
  • 2 oz. club soda
  • 1 lemon wedge
  • Preparation:
  • Add Captain Morgan Original Spiced Rum and cranberry juice in ice-filled glass. Top with club soda and orange juice.  Garnish with lemon wedge
Now doesn't this sound like the perfect drink after a nice, long run or walk.  I better try one (some ;-> ) out now just to be sure.  Cheers!

Time For The Traveling Heart-Shaped Rock Update!



Our little gem should be at Tracie's place From Tracie in Florida.  After Florida it's heading to upstate New York to visit Nicki at Diaries of A Neurotic Non-Trad.  I'm compiling the pics of it's travels and will create a slide show when it's all said and done.  Do you want to participate?  Click HERE for all the information.


Alright pals, hold on tight to those you love - tell them you love them - and have a great Virtual Girls Night Out. I'm happy that I have fantastic blog buddies like you.  Cheers!

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