9am: Once the breakfasters
have started to thin out, I reply to emails.
Connie Wilkins, owner of the Free Dominion Internet blog, which advertised the Kingston gathering, says the breakfasters
were "all bloggers who are angry with the direction the Conservative party has taken.
But despite the health benefits, most people in Britain go without breakfast on an average of 113 days each year, making us the worst breakfasters
Red-winged blackbirds cadged crumbs from early breakfasters
or gamblers having a last Bloody Mary before going to bed.
Number Three, destination for champion breakfasters
, is a case in point.
EARLY START: Claire Wozencroft (centre) with fellow breakfasters
(from left) Paul Negus, John Doyle and chapter director Suzanne Savage
Later that afternoon I saw some of my fellow breakfasters
sunning themselves in one of the beautiful fourteenth century Romanesque squares, still in their Ireland jerseys and absolutely skulled with the drink.
But whatever you plan to order, arrive early as breakfasters
flock to this little local place.
Men of the parish, aprons wrapped around their girth, jimmied their way between packed rows of breakfasters
, dishing out second helpings of sausage and steaming hotcakes onto outstretched plates.
verbally sparred with him over cereal and coffee, he charmed the overflow room with his unique philosophy on the investment domain, capitalism and complexity theories.
But even Neil excelled himself the other day in the team-hotel diner when he obliged - and delighted - early breakfasters
and staff by going through his elaborate place-kicking routine with an orange for a ball
``now recognize me, and often greet me with a hug along with their thanks,'' Green said, adding that in his opinion that makes it all worthwhile.
After watching fellow breakfasters
press down on the handle of an orange juice dispenser and seeing orange juice dispensed into their paper cups, I finally found the nerve to walk boldly up, position my cup, and cockily press down on the handle.