The Bloody Berry


Happy Friday the 13th!!!

Today is the perfect day to do nothing but snuggle under the covers and watch scary movies while sucking back one of these babies!

I love scary movies! They are my all time favorite genre of movie to watch. I have no problem sitting at home alone on a Friday evening sippin’ on cocktails and watching people get slashed by an axe murderer, chased up the stairs by a ghost, or eaten alive by a zombie. LOVE it!

The hubs can’t stand scary movies *sigh*

I just don’t understand it. It kind of makes me sad sometimes, but then again it’s ok because it gives me a chance to spend time with by best friends Twin or my HLP (heterosexual life partner). We all love scary movies, and watch them every chance we get!

Ok, that’s about all I have for today :(

One of the hub’s stupid co-workers got us sick, and I haven’t been feeling well all week. We have both been running fevers since last Saturday and today, apparently, is no exception.

So, I’m going to cuddle with my kittles, Weasley & Lily, and watch something scary before the hubs gets home.

What’s your favorite scary movie?

The Bloody Berry
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A bloody good, fruity summertime drink!
Recipe type: Sassy Hour
Serves: 1
What You Need:
  • 1 oz berry vodka ( I used strawberry, but would’ve used Raspberry if I had it)
  • ½ oz orange vodka
  • 8 oz. Crystal Light Raspberry Ice
  • Splash of Blood Orange Italian Soda
Get Cooking!
  1. Pour all ingredients over ice, stir, and enjoy!
Weight Watchers Info
*WWpts=2pts per serving* *WWpts+= 0* (I'm not sure how accurate this is. I'm pretty sure it would be 2 as well, but that's what the calculator said). PS. I have gotten blood orange soda from both Whole Foods and World Market, and I'm pretty sure target and Harris Teeter may carry it as well.
Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 drink Calories: 109 Fat: 0 Carbohydrates: 0 Fiber: 0 Protein: 0

Like most of my drinks, this was is easy peasy.


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