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What Would You Say? Time For The Virtual Girls Night Out!


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 Virtual Girls Night Out is dedicated to a dear pal that I met through blogging.  She's going through major stress from her teenage daughter.  This mom needs a break!  (And caffeine ;->)  Ms. Martha, this party's for you!

(*The Virtual GNO 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!

Des'ree "You Gotta Be"

My oh my - hey hey hey

Time For A Cocktail!

Ingredients :
- 1/2 oz vodka  (Absolut, of course ;-> )
- 1/2 oz coconut rum 
- 1/2 oz peach schnapps
- 1 oz orange juice
- 1 oz apple juice
- 1 oz cranberry juice
Directions:  Get out your shaker and pour all the ingredients over ice. Shake away. Pour into a large glass.  Drink.  Enjoy!



Time For Support!

Alright ladies, or maybe there are gentlemen who partake in the Virtual GNO, I don't know.  People?  Should I say 'people'?  How about parents?  Yep, I'm going with parents because what I would like is for those that have been in a stressful situation with their young teen to share some encouragement with our dear Martha.  Let's support one another in this parenting job and give a virtual hug with our words. 


 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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