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Weekly Photo Challenge: Breakfast

What better way to start off Easter Sunday than with a breakfast of sugar and chocolate !!!

Our yearly breakfast ritual.


Just had to add this.

For my 51st birthday a friend took me to Tahiti and this was what greeted us every morning.

For other breakfast ideas check out the Weekly Photo Challenge: Breakfast


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Rambling with a cantankerous old mule

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Lucid Gypey


Other weekly challenges of mine.














49 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Breakfast”

  1. I always hated breakfast for as long as I can remember … Let me sleep a little longer … just a few minutes … paleese?
    Lovely pics though, Jo:) Always, cat.


  2. Whoa Jo, this is my first visit to your blog. You have lots going on here. Can’t take it all in in one visit so I guess I will have to come back! (-: Your About is very interesting. Again, lots of ground to cover since it appears you have covered a lot of ground in your lifetime, LOL. Thanks for stopping by my place today and leaving a comment. I really appreciate it. All the best, Margie


  3. The first two photos were wonderful. The best way to start their Easter day is of course Easter chocolate eggs! I remember when I was a kid I’d love to have a taste of a chocolate first πŸ™‚ The third photo has great selection of food! Hope you had a very sumptuous birthday breakfast πŸ™‚


  4. I’m not very familiar with breakfast food. By the time I stagger out of the Captain’s Quarters, the crew is usually serving lunch. I have heard them speak of breakfast though, so I know it exists.


        1. Nah ah – rum is actually not a substantial FOOD on which to run a body – though I can concede that it may be considered fuel of a type- and at your age Cap’n you need a bit of roughage…hehe


  5. Ah, this brought back memories – we used to have chocolate for breakfast on Christmas morning once the kids opened their selection boxes, well we had to help them eat it didn’t we?! Nice pics and your holiday breakfast looked fab.


    1. Oh yessiree we did the Christmas chocolate as well – I would sneak in and fill a stocking at the end of their beds with every chocolate and sugary thing I had been able to find in the preceding weeks. I mean what is Christmas without a sugar high to celebrate on…


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