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Christmas Breakfast
Mon 1-Feb-10
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Shereen
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We have a tradition of smokey dry-cure bacon, black pudding, scrambled egg and toasted muffins or bagels. Which probably has something to do with us eating Christmas dinner in the evening 🙂

Wed 24-Feb-10
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Christmas Day breakfast?????...........well in our house it was always "first chocolate of the day" but perhaps that's because there were three chocoholics in the household Laugh  Similar thing happened at Easter..............Cadbury's cream egg (which must be served in a festive egg cup)! Doesn't everyone do this?????? Laugh

Life is uncertain ………… eat dessert first!

Thu 25-Feb-10
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NO - Creme eggs - gak!!  They're just wrong  :no:  Soooo sickly!

Chrimble brekkie is normally nice cooked brekkie, sometime with a smoked salmon scrambled eggs component.  We too have the big dinner in the evening and lunch will be a cheese board type of affair.

Thu 25-Feb-10
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Off topic but on a desperate need to know basis - Ruth, where do you get your lovely blue Smileys?  And how do you post them in replies??

I'll try that again!

Thu 25-Feb-10
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TA, I think Ruth is offline atm - but I 'right-click' on those I find and copy, then paste.

Here are some:

http://messenger.yahoo.com/features/emoticons/

I'm sure there are many sites around, although some won't allow copy/paste, but worth a look around.

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"How do you spell 'Love'?" (Piglet). 

"You don't spell it, you feel it" (Pooh).

 'A hug,' said Pooh 'is always the right size!' 

Thu 25-Feb-10
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You lickle angel you, thank you!Big_Hug  I'll have a bash at that.

I'll try that again!

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I copy and paste as well.  The one's I've used are available on anther blog I read; Chickens in the road, if you view comments they're available there.  I like the little blue guy and he has a nodding friend as well.  Ha ha – how old are we??!!  Young at heart I reckon!   :yes:

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