First world problem

First world problem

December 11, 2012

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GERD + holiday parties = 🙁

We had a Christmas party this evening for members of the staff and CDC board, and it was wonderful. We got off on a lovely tangent about favorite toys we had as kids. (Remember the Chrissy doll? You pushed in her belly button, pulled her ponytail, and her hair grew! Turn a crank on her back, and it went back in her head. I blame those toy makers for confusing me mightily about hair growth.)

The party started at 7, so I didn’t have any of the delicious snacks since I don’t want a burned esophagus tomorrow. Wahhh – poor little me. I did make a ‘to go’ plate, though, so watch out, breakfast!!

What’s a favorite odd breakfast item for you? Hands down, for me it’s lasagna. Mmmmmmm….. starting the day with lasagna……

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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5 Responses to “First world problem”

  1. Gretchen Said on:

    Odd breakfast item…Pie, any kind, especially Pumpkin. Really, it’s not much different than a danish, right?

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  2. Brad Said on:

    Anything that’s not Carnation breakfast drink is odd to me. But if I’m going to have something unusual, I don’t care for savory foods. Cookies would maybe be my favorite.

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  3. Peggy Said on:

    Anything sweet. Tastycakes, pie, a Berger cookie. If I’m out of Instant Breakfast, sometimes I’ll just make a glass of chocolate milk.

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  4. Lauren's mom Said on:

    It’s the Advent-Christmas season. Springerle for breakfast!
    Even though the anise seed I bought wasn’t very flavorful.

    Reply

  5. Lloyd Said on:

    Cold pizza is the true breakfast of champions, but I’ve never actually cooked a pizza before going to bed just to have cold pizza in the morning.

    Reply

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