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Virtual Girls Night Out - Ultimate Blog Party '12 !!!


What a great blogging - Twitter - Facebook - Pinterest - BUSY week it's been!  Once again Susan and Janice at 5 Minutes For Mom have thrown a fantastic social media party, the Ultimate Blog Party '12.  I'm actually sad it's over.  *sniff*  I've made some wonderful new blog/Twitter buddies as well as reconnected with my pals.  Let's have a blow out party to celebrate another great UBP!  (And since this is my night for the Virtual Girls Night Out, this will be a combo party ;-> )


The VGNO is for those who want to party "virtually" with other bloggers. Get on your fuzzy slippers, make yourself a cocktail, and have fun!  Leave a comment, along with your blog link, to let us know you've stopped by and visit the blogs of those that have visited as well.  Happy VGNO!*


Time For Some Tunes!

The Black Keys "Gold On The Ceiling"

Love them!


Time For A Cocktail!

Ingredients:
1 ounce fat-free half-and-half or 1 ounce cream
1 ounce Kahlua or 1 ounce coffee liqueur
1 ounce brandy 
Directions:
*Hide car keys someplace where you will find them when you are yourself again
*Stir together
*Sip and feel better

I'll feel fantastic in a little bit with a couple of these ;-> Car keys being hidden... now.


Time For A Question!

Since I have had such a great time at this weeks Ultimate Blog Party at 5 Minutes For Mom I was wondering... did you participate in this gathering as well?  If so, how did it work out for you?  Did you visit/meet new sites?  Have you found new favorites?  Did it help your blog with regard to visitors?  Or guide you toward ideas or content for your blog?  Do tell!

And, if you didn't participate, why the heck not? :->

Thanks for stopping by at this weeks Virtual Girls Night Out (for this week a.k.a. UBP wrap up).   Sign the guest book (leave a comment) to let me know you stopped by.

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