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Aloha, oy!

We alllllmost all showed up on time this week! (BTdubs, if you’re ever right on time at 6:48am, and can’t find us, we usually congregate to the left of the entrance, in the window seats.)

I'm coming, I'm coming!

I’m coming, I’m coming!

We’re all really nice! See? (don’t mind the alien morphing that pano pics do…)

bkftsclub pano time!

bkftsclub pano time! @tamarajcollins, @walterelly, @starshaped, @dkanenh, @beccamoreorless, and @laughtercrystal

This was @starshaped‘s last bkfstclub, as she and @thesleepyvegan are off on a road trip to Portland, OR, to LIVE. Happy trails, Aubrey!

aww, pal pic! Aubrey gave Walter this shirt back in THE DAY.

aww, pal pic! Aubrey gave Walter this shirt back in THE DAY.

Also, @halie_olsz totally got flavored cream cheese at 7:45, and *I* didn’t—at 6:48am, they were OUT of everything but plain cream cheese.

So. A meme, entitled:

SO THE EARLY BIRD DOES NOT GET THE WORM AFTER ALL!

Credit to @walterelly for helping me pick which meme pic. I think he chose right.

Credit to @walterelly for helping me pick which meme pic. I think he chose right.

See you next Wednesday, all!

 

@laughtercrystal

Photo proof that I made it before 7:00am today!

Because #onlyprosmeetbefore7am

#648dontbelate

Photo May 28, 6 58 36 AM

Okay, so this pano didn’t PAN out so well… but we extraterrestrials are friendly, we promise!

 

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@PortsmouthJay’s beautiful pics from #portsbkfstclub this morn caught the eye of @twhaines, travelling @uofnh professor.

Jay’s 3-image tweet:

Tom’s reply:

Check out Tom Haines’ North Dakota blog here:
http://fuelwalk.wordpress.com/

Snowy Breakfast Club

Thanks to Jason Boucher for a few pics from last week’s #portsbkfstclub!

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Checking out the app SoundTracking.

Excerpt from a recent post by Lifehacker:

  • Connect with friends first thing. There’s power in personal connections, and when you make real ones, they can give you a boost that lasts all day. Consider using a few minutes in the morning to reach out to a friend. Do it in a passive way that doesn’t demand immediate attention—a Facebook message, an email, or maybe a tweet. A while ago, when I was going through some tough times, a few friends of mine who woke up roughly around the same time every morning would make a point to start a thread on one of our favorite networks and we’d all wish each other well for the day. It was a nice way to wake up, and definitely took the edge off of everything else.

Read the rest of the article here: A Night Owl’s Guide to More Productive Mornings

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