Tuesday, December 14, 2010

A Working Breakfast!

Hi everyone! Bet you never thought about what the Big Guy eats for breakfast as he reviews his list before he takes off on Christmas Eve! Well, rumor has it he's a pancake man-yep, it's all about the carbs! And while Rudolph might need the high octane of coffee to charge his nose, I hear Santa's a tea man (cream no sugar)! So I'm happy to be joining Kathleen's Winter White Party, Tablescape Thursday and the Christmas Open House at Coastal Charm with a humble setting Santa himself might eat at on this extremely busy day!
 Alternate titles: 
Flap Jacks before hitting "The Sack"!
Eggs and Ham, Santa I Am!
Seasons Greetings-What we eating?
All work and no play makes Santa... Hungry!
The elves are done, now it's my run!
Ho-Ho-Hopin' you have cookies!
Naughty or nice... is that pie, I'll have a slice!
Down the chimney one, two, three... it was easier when there was less of me!
Anyone else???



Pudge says "one thing Santa would never eat is Pigs In The Blanket!"
Have a happy day:@)


35 comments:

  1. Neat idea! Love the little pig creamer! Santa will probably leave you an extra special gift for doing this for him!

    Love all the other titles! I can't think of anything right now!

    Katherine

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  2. Your white place setting is really lovely. I must add that I really enjoyed some of the names you came up with for Santa's breakfast. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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  3. Lynn...I love this holiday milk glass setting....so very pretty :)

    CHRISTmas Blessings!
    Gail

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  4. Very pretty setting! Santa won't be able to resist :)

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  5. What a festive table Santa will be breaking his fast at...I ♥♥♥ some of the alternate titles!

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  6. Such a pretty little setting for one. I love those dishes...but I love your adorable sense of humor more. :))

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  7. You are so funny, L! I bet Santa would PIG out at that pretty milk glass setting. But since he isn't a HOG, he'd save some of the food for Rudolph to WOLF down. OOPS, pigs and wolves together, that's HO HO HORRIBLE!
    Thanks for joining the party!

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  8. Very cute, Lynn! Love your pretty dishes and milk glasses.

    Who knew Rudolph needed charging {like everything else, I suppose!}.

    XO,
    Jane

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  9. Even Santa can't bring home the bacon on an empty jelly belly! Linda

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  10. I always love reading your alternate titles. You are so clever. I bet Santa will leave you extra gifts when he sees this pretty setting. I love the rolled up list of names! laurie

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  11. So funny, Lynn! I love your place setting for Santa. He's knows if you are sleeping, he knows when you're awake, so he knows when to eat all of those cookies that you bake!

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  12. I'm so happy to have run across your charming blog. I wish I had sooner as to have shared my small nativity set, but I'll do that later on my own blog.

    Hope you have a warm & toasty day!♥

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  13. Hello Lynn,
    I am sure, you are right with every statement. Santa will love this pretty breakfast table and the titles, too. Does the wish list belong to the tiny white pig? How can such tiny pig have so many wishes? And Mr. Pudge is certainly right. Never would Santa eat pigs.
    Have a very nice and merry Christmas.
    Greetings, Johanna

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  14. What a fun setting for Santa's breakfast but even more fun was had reading your commentary :)

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  15. Crack me up! So what IS Santa having to eat?
    ~ Sue

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  16. A breakfast table for Santa! Isn't that the cutest idea? I love your creative titles, too. Now, I'll be trying to think of one to add.

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  17. Cute, Lynn! I'm still smiling thinking about the other titles. Cute little pig pitcher. ~ Sarah

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  18. Fun Lynn. Those are the perfect breakfast dishes so cute! My husband is the one who is so witty with words he could add a bunch of titles. I stammer thinking.LOL
    Sherry

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  19. That was a cute little setting for Santa to have a good hot breakfast. Actually pancakes sound yummy now.

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  20. Neat place setting and cute post!

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  21. Your titles crack me up! Eggs & Ham, Santa I am, LOL!

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  22. This is soo funny. Your dishes are really cute. I love the design and the little piglet on the table is perfect. Merry Christmas.

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  23. Oh-how cute! Love that pig, I'd never thought to put Santa with Green Eggs and Ham!! Thanks for visiting and sharing.

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  24. Such a fun post and a pretty breakfast setting. Santa will be pleased....Christine

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  25. Love it!! What a darling post. Thanks for the much needed smile today!!

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  26. It's a very pretty set....xoxoxoxox...Flavia

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  27. My goodness, what clever titles you came up with! Do you write poetry on the side? :-) The holly dishes are great!

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  28. Your entire tabletop make me very merry and bright!

    Seasons greetings to you.

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  29. How adorable this is! Santa would love to sit here, I'm sure. I love all things Holly -- so you know I'm eying those dishes!

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  30. I LOVE these dishes!!! I remember WAY BACK WHEN everyone had them(But we DID NOT), and I LOVED them, Hmmm, maybe it's time I go hunting on ebay!!! I wish I was ready for your Nativity party... With Joey being in the hospital I didn't even visit my attic for my decor this year...BUT we had our Christmas Miracle and Joey came home yesterday SO "I'm Happy Dancing AND I got everything I wanted for Christmas Early"!!!
    Hugs to you,
    Donna

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  31. Hopefully, Santa is not partial to bacon and will leave the little piggies alone. You have given me many smiles. Happy holidays.

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  32. You are TOO funny. Friday is here AT LAST!

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  33. Beautiful breakfast/supper for Santa. I love reading your blogs. As we say in the south, "You are a hoot". Love ya, Have a Merry Christmas, Ginger

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  34. Wonderful Christmas plates...milk glass? Fire King? Thought that I noticed a translucent quality to them. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

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