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What Are You Reading? At The Virtual Girls Night Out!

Ann Again... and again

You've reached the Friday night blog party where all you need to make this party complete is a beverage of your choice (cocktail recipe below for inspiration) and your fuzzy slippers!  This party began in 2008 and bloggers have been virtually partying ever since.  Leave a comment to let us know you stopped by! :->

Time For Some Tunes!

Fitz and The Tantrums "Out Of My League"

I dare you to listen to this and NOT dance around the room - or at least bop around in your chair :->


Time For A Cocktail!



April Rain
Ingredients:
2 ounces vodka
1/2 ounce lime juice
1/2 ounce dry vermouth
Lime peel for garnish
Preparation:

Pour the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice cubes.  Shake well.  Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.  Garnish with the lime peel.

Delicious.  Cheers!


Time For A Question

I'm reading a couple of books that are keeping my brain busy.  The latest book from Dr. Daniel Amen is really interesting.  Good insight and very valuable information.  And then there's Tina Fey.  Hilarious!  (When I'm done with this book I'm thankful I can still get my fix with 30 Rock reruns.)  Are you reading any books that you'd recommend?

Ann Again... and again

Thanks for playing at the Virtual Girls Night Out!  See you next Friday!  (Leave a comment, with your blog link, so we know you stopped by.  We'll visit your blog and say "Happy VGNO!")



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