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Virtual Girls Night Out - The Rock Is Back!


Hello, hello my dear blog pals.  How has your week been?  I have no idea of what has gotten into me but I'm on a path of moving my body (treadmill) and writing more (this blog and the review blog).  Just a few months ago I was feeling really down and ready to give up blog communication.  But I honestly didn't want that.  Now, I'm not really sure how things have come together this way, however, I seem to have some kind of groove going that is good.  I'm not going to question it. I'm just goin' with it and hope it stays! ;->  Time to party at our 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 visit your blog and say "Happy VGNO!"*

Time For Some Tunes!

The Goat Rodeo Sessions "Atta Boy"
The Colbert ReportMon - Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c
Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer & Chris Thile - "Attaboy"
www.colbertnation.com
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One of the most wonderful pieces of music I've ever heard.  (Hey Nickel Creek fans, isn't this terrific?!)   

Time For A Cocktail!



Manuka Flip

Ingredients:
  • 1 part 42 Below Honey Vodka
  • 1/2 part Benedictine
  • 1 part pear juice
  • 4 figs, finely chopped
  • pinch of cinnamon
  • half an egg yolk
  • nutmeg for garnis
Preparation:
Muddle the figs and cinnamon in a cocktail shaker. Add the vodka, Benedictine and pear juice. Fill the shaker with ice and add the egg yolk. Shake vigorously (moreso than usual to ensure the egg is thoroughly mixed). Strain into an old-fashioned glass. Garnish with a dusting of nutmeg.
Honey vodka?  Delicious :->


Time For The Traveling Heart-Shaped Rock Project!

Our little "gem" continues to blog hop it's way from Mary's "Kyooty Center" in New Brunswick, Canada to Orlando, FL stopping at Tracie's place "From Tracie".  (Do you see it?  It's in the middle of the center heart.)


Wow.  I encourage you to visit her blog and check out her pictures with the rock.  Just wonderful!!!  She is such a sweetie and I'm so happy that she gets to send the T.H.S.R.P. on to Nicki at "Diaries of a Neurotic Non-Trad" in Webster, NY. 

Would you like to participate in the blog photo project; Traveling Heart-Shaped Rock Project?  Click HERE for the details :->


Alright dear blog pals, have fun at the Virtual Girls Night Out.  Leave a comment to let me know you've stopped by.  And visit those that have stopped by as well. Be sure and say Happy VGNO!

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