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Time For A Name Game At Tonight's Virtual Girls Night Out!

Ann Again and again Virtual Girls Night Out - Friday party

It's been a long week, hasn't it?  Friday just seemed to take forever to get here, and I am oh-so-ready for the weekend.  How has your week been?  Let's gather at our Virtual Girls Night Out and chat a.k.a. comment about it!  (Established in 2008 - Add your blog link in the comments below so we know you've stopped by and others will visit with a 'Happy Virtual GNO!' )


Time For Some Tunes!

Fitz & The Tantrums "More Than Just A Dream"

If you could sit still during that song I don't... I just don't know how.  Love it!

Time For A Cocktail!
Ann Again and again Friday Night Party -- Virtual GNO

(Courtesy of Food & Wine)

Ingredients:
1 cup quartered and thinly sliced unpeeled green, yellow and red apples
1 navel orange—quartered and thinly sliced crosswise
1 cup apple juice, chilled
2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
1/4 cup apple brandy
One 22-ounce bottle hard apple cider, chilled
Ice

Directions:
In a pitcher, combine the apples with the orange, apple juice, lemon juice and brandy. Just before serving, add the hard cider. Serve in tall glasses over ice.

Cheers!

Time For A Party Game!

Use the first letter of your name to answer the questions. Your answers need to be real places, names and things. Nothing made up :-> (You cannot use your name for #3 boy/girl "name" question.)

1. What is your name: Ann (with no 'e'.  Other Ann's understand this importance :-> )

2. A 4 Letter Word: Able

3. A Boys Name: Andy

4. A Girls Name: Alison

5. An Occupation: Apple Picker

6. A Color: Amber

7. Something you wear: Ankle Bracelet  (Do women still do this?!)

8. A Beverage: A lotta of wine

9. A Food: Anchovies  (Um... wait, I don't eat these.  Apples, apples I eat :-> )

10. Something found in the bathroom: Ankle cream (I don't know what I'm saying)

11. A place: Arizona

12. A Reason for being late: Auto problems

13. Something you shout: Aye-O River!  (Portlandia referrence.  Couldn't help myself.)

OK. It's your turn! I can't wait to see what you come up with.

Thank you for taking part in our Friday night blog party, the Virtual Girls Night Out.  Can you believe this party started in 2008?!?  Leave your blog link in the comments so we'll stop by your blog and say "Happy Virtual GNO!" :->  

Ann Again and again Virtual Girls Night Out


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