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 My refreshing version of the great margarita, just in time for Super Bowl Sunday!!  

2 parts Club soda
1 part white tequila 
splash of Triple sec 
Ice 
Salt for rim (optional) 
Four wedges of lime

Directions 
If you want salt, wet rim of glass and put into the salt. Put Ice in glass and remaining ingredients into glass.  squeeze limes into drink. Stir and enjoy.  This is a huge hit with all my friends. 

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    now follow my blog
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  2. HI there,
    I'm a new follower (all over the place!) from the Diva blog hop. Now all I can think about are margaritas, I'll definintely try yours!
    Kim
    http://www.mytwintasticlife.com/
    PS - friendly comment above ;)

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  3. I have a treat for you on my blog :)
    http://scatteredmusings.net/2012/02/passing-along-some-awards/

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  4. I could use one of those....right about now!

    I'm stopping over from Divas Fashion Weekend Blog Hop. I'm hosting a hop today too + a recipe hop on Monday. I would love it if linked up for one! Thanks!

    http://jessica-healthymommyhealthybaby.blogspot.com/

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