I'm getting back into the swing of things with a party I started back in 2008 (I can't believe it was that long ago!)  Come join the fun at the Virtual Girls Night Out!  

I started this party on a summer night when my girls had friends over and I was in need of adult conversation and fun.  While my girls watched High School Musical I created my own party on my blog.  Over the months it became a popular blog hop and I was thinking of different ways to help it grow.  But, something happened.  Blog hops, meme's, co-hosting - all kinds of things were in the blogosphere and split the blog audience.  I mean, there's only so much our eye's and minds can do in one night.  Viewership dwindled and so did my spirit.

In recent months I've had some of my dearest blog buddies ask, "What ever happened to Virtual GNO?"  It took me a while to reconcile with myself that I actually enjoy creating this party and that I'm not alone in the joy.  Just because there are so many offerings in the blog world shouldn't stop me from creating a post I LOVE to create.  The numbers may be smaller, but those of us that join in the party have a great time together!

If you would like to see what a Virtual Girls Night Out is all about you can check it out at Ann Again... and again.  If you do make it by, leave a comment so I know to visit you as well and say 'Happy Virtual GNO!'

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