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Virtual Girls Night Out - What's Your Favorite Scary Movie?

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Is it really Friday already?  I'm not sure why but this week flew by.  How was it for you?  My sister and I are heading up to Federal Way, WA to get my dad's house packed up and get him ready to move closer to his family in Dundee, OR.  He'll only be a 50 minute drive from us now :->  (Little more of the story here: "This Should Be Interesting".)  We're also getting into Halloween gear here at the Harrison house.  We're looking for some scary movies to watch; some for the kids, some for the adults.  Have any suggestions?  Any favorites? Please leave in the comments below.  And let's get our Virtual Girls Night Out going! :->

For our weekly Friday night blog party all you need to make this party complete is a beverage of your choice (cocktail recipe below for inspiration) and your fuzzy slippers! If you choose to leave your link to participate in a blog hop please do! I started this blog party in 2008 and bloggers have been virtually partying ever since.  To participate In The Virtual GNO:  Enjoy this post!  Or, if you would like, link up your blog below and visit your fellow party guests - say "Happy VGNO!!!"  Share the blog game/meme/question on your site to play along. 


Time For Some Tunes!

Little creepiness in this video - perfect for Halloween :->

Bastille - "Pompeii"

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

Black Martini  (*courtesy of About.com)

Ingredients:

  • 3 1/2 oz gin or vodka
  • 1/2 oz blackberry brandy or black raspberry liqueur
  • Lemon twist for garnish

Preparation:Pour the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice.  Shake well.  Strain into a chilled cocktail glass or serve on the rocks in an old-fashioned glass.  Garnish with a lemon twist.

Cheers!


Time For A Question!

Halloween is weeks away and my daughters are so excited.  My youngest, Lily, has said that this is her favorite holiday.  (More than Christmas?  Wow.) We're pretty tame when it comes to scary movies, incredibly tame actually.  Scary movies just aren't my thing but I have a brother-in-law that absolutely loves them and is always recommending movies for us to see.  The last scary movie we saw was The Ring.  Egads!  Not that I'm in the mood to see another movie that will have me screaming and hiding my eyes but... do you have a favorite scary movie to recommend?  Please share in the comments.



Thanks for hangin' out at our weekly Virtual Girls Night Out.  See you next Friday!



To participate In The Virtual GNO:  Link up your blog below and visit your fellow party guests - say "Happy VGNO!!!"  Share the blog question on your site to play along. Remember to visit those that have shared their blog links.  We share a common bond in that this party sounded like fun, so don't be shy!  Your first connection is right there! :->   Happy Virtual Girls Night Out blog friends! I hope you had fun.


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