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April 15, 2011

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Jen-

Good morning to you too! I'm 41 today and spending my morning in the dentist chair. Way not fun! Haha. But it's so good to read a special note from a precious person first thing in the morning. And how awesome that Maggie is chipper again. Yay!

Have a beautiful day, Kim. *hugs*

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racheld

Kinda. I had a lovely long taper of chocolate biscotti, dipped into my coffee in the upstairs kitchen, as DD and I packed the Easter boxes for sending to the GrandChildren.

A togetherness and an accomplishment and an enjoying, all at once.

Ricki Jill Treleaven

Yea, Maggie!!! DId your Mommie make you a good breakfast, too???

Yep, I had an asiago bagel with plain cream cheese.

Now on to mopping our nasty floors ;P

(((hugs))),
Ricki Jill

jennifer

i had mini wheats for breakfast too! except mine were of the 'frosted' persuasion. :) then a couple dried apricots!

glad Maggie has pepped up. we are all high and low from time to time aren't we?

have a great weekend!!

shannon

had home made toast with my favorite wheat bread recipe, it is snowing.....blah, thanks for the uplift with the sunny photos, bright colors and precious Maggie.

Donna Rae Barrow

What a wonderfully healthy breakfast you have! I grabbed some toast before running out to mow the lawn in the Spring sunshine... now for a snack. So glad Maggie is feeling better. Don't we all have 'those days'?

Have a delightful weekend!

linda moczan

it was a fruit & yogourt special k morning - :)

Barbara Anne

Orange juice, Special K with Lactaid, and coffee. I usually also have a mini bagel with our homemade pear honey jam but am trying to lose some weight so didn't have that today.

Love your interesting hall tree with the colorful array of aprons and books!

Glad Maggie is feeling better and wish I could have corrected yesterday's typo of "Mattie" instead of "Maggie" - sigh!

Hugs!

Patty

Oh Kim...I embarrassed to say I had breakfast with a certain Captain of the Crunch dynasty. All that sugar so early in the morning. Now you have me thinking I should have lean chicken and lettuce for lunch...sounds yummy, too. I love seeing your home with stacks here and there. Sometimes when I look at all the beautiful homes out there I wonder how they train their families not to dump stuff on the kitchen table or counter as they walk in the door. btw...even your stacks are gorgeous! You and Maggie have a wonderful weekend...you too, Marley. I posted a picture of my little Bear in the garden today and I though of dear Maggie and Marley out in the sunshine.

Terri Morse

I had granola and yogurt this morning-rather late morning. It's looking to be a beautiful day here in Pennsylvania. I can see the sun is shining for you too. I'm glad to see that sweet Maggie is perking up. I'll be spending the day going through all the pictures I took at a quilt museum yesterday...but the drawing table is calling...and my garden is begging me to pay attention to it. What's a person to do? Have a wonderful weekend, Kim! Hugs, Terri

Melesa Garrison

We are celebrating at work today because I work for a CPA firm and it is the 15th (Oh, Glorious Day!) We had a breakfast casserole, two devine mexican dips with tortilla chips, fresh fruit and yummy fruit dip, apple cobler and chocolate cake. No, I did not eat all of it and NO I did not have lunch!

I'm glad Mags is feeling better...she would be in the dumps here because we are having a yucky dirt storm with winds at 65 miles an hr :( Please keep everybody in your prayers with the grass fires and drought that so many states are suffering with at this time.

God Bless and have a great weekend ;-)

Nina

I don't ever have cereals for breakfast. Always two slices of bread with..... and a cup of coffee! On Sunday we cook eggs,make some breadrolls and croissants in the oven or have some slices of a raisin bread or sugar bread. And always a cup of coffee.... or two... Mmmmm, looking forward to Sunday morning!
Have a nice and sunny weekend Kim xxx Nina.

And to Jen: Happy Birthday and best wishes, especially because you went to the dentist today!

Peg

Tuffy and Smokey and I share a bowl of dry frosted mini wheats. I take a bite and give them the other half and they love it. It is a morning ritual and they remind me when it is time for our frosted mini wheats - just dry, thank you (I love it and snack on it all day! :)

A homespun year

Muesli, yoghurt and grapes for breakfast. That sounds very healthy, doesn't it? I won't mention the date and walnut cake with cream I had during lunch with a friend...it's a Friday treat!

Bess at Fixing My Thoughts

Toast with PB, and OJ. Ah, that little Maggie is a doll no matter what mood she's in! Kim, I've included photos (not very good ones!) of my kitties in my latest post, should you care to check them out (don't tell Maggie!). Bess

Donna@soakinginmustard.com

Glad to hear Maggie is feeling better. I ate homemade granola with skim milk and drank a cup of coffee, of course! Have a great weekend, Donna

Barbara F.

I skipped breakfast as I was busy making tuna, shrimp, and egg salad and cucumber sandwiches for a luncheon I was having today, that needed to be "meatless" - then I baked scones served with raspberry jam and devonshire cream so it turned out to be a tea party! More than made up at lunch for missing breakfast :-) xo,

Trish Rowley

Hi Kim, It was corn flakes, a hot cross bun, a cup of tea but boy what I'd give for that banana since the floods here the Bananas are around $14 a kilo I miss them sooooo much. I am so glad that Maggie is feeling better, have a great weekend. Trish <3 <3 <3 ;)


maria

i had breakfast for lunch - i'm on the go these days - i'll have to slow down this weekend and enjoy the my cottage garden and have lunch and dinner out doors. maybe get my fire pit going - the weather is finally getting warmer - have yourselves a great and Blessed weekend -
pss. maggie your a trooper xoxox


love ya, maria - cottage feel -
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Marianne

I did eat breakfast ~ an apple and a danish O.K. not the greatest but the apple was good ;-) Glad to see Maggie is feeling better ~ Have a wonderful weekend

alejandra

For breakfast I had mixed nuts and oatmeal. It wasnt much but for dinner I am having an omelete!

I'm glad Miss Maggie is doing better, nothing more heartbreaking than feeling under the weather.

Have a great and safe weekend

Lisa Adams

We had eggs from our backyard chickens and toast. It was delish!!!

My husband even let me sleep in today. It's been wonderful.

Thanks for asking. Hope you are having a nice day as well.

Lisa

Rose Eliff

Oh, I wasn't nearly as healthy as you, unfortunately. Glad to hear Maggie's perking up. Guess what, Kim? I'm getting a dog! She's a sweet little Maltese rescue and a real love.

Cindy

Love your pictures and precious aprons! Maggie looks like she's in dreamland. She is so very darling! Just want to sit in a rocking chair and hold her, petting her and talk to her about past memories of my collie dog I had growing up and the adventures we used to go on walking down through the pastures. Love from OK, Cindy

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