Wishing you all a very Happy Easter.
I’m still on a bit of a blogging break until my eldest daughter returns to University so will be somewhat scarce in blogging land.
I had a wonderful holiday up in Edinburgh but it was all too short…
Here are some of my photos:
That’s one of me and my daughter Georgina before I had my lunch…. I tend to shrink when I’m hungry! We were at a very nice restaurant called The Railbridge Bistro in South Queensferry which overlooks the bridges and has haggis on the menu!
And here’s my lovely mum and dad… Missing them…
My dad hates the cold, and though the view at South Queensferry is amazing it was bitterly chilly… My mum looks okay, in fact she dares to look a bit amused but poor dad…
Since I’ve been back in Cambridge, I’ve had a lovely time with my eldest daughter who is visiting from University.
Recently we went out to a cafe in Cambridge…
And she approved of my photo… The drink looks like some sort of Dr Who concoction but I believe it is a green tea matcha. Oh, by the way did you see the Dr Who episode last night? If you did I bet you didn’t dare have a shower or bath before bedtime. I love it when Dr Who gets all scary!
Then, there’s me all dressed up as I had work afterwards. Recently, I started working part-time at Ann Summers – which is a strangest job I have ever had! It’s a bit like marmite some days I love it, some days I hate it! Ha ha…. It’s a tricky one for an introvert with extrovert tendencies. Anyway, that plate in front of me is the remains of a very tasty Orange and Polenta cake that we shared at Espresso Library cafe in Cambridge.
Before I go let me say a big thank you to all the contributors to my Facebook Rainbow Support Club in my absence.
Here are just some of the wonderful links that have appeared:
All the contributors have done a fabulous job of making the page a fantastic resource of information, help, and collaboration for fellow writers/bloggers.
Do pop over to the club page and take a look, and come give the club some love: Authors/Bloggers Rainbow Support Club.
If you’d like to join the club please do message myself either in the comment below or contact me on my email firstname.lastname@example.org, or chat about it with Colleen Chesebro or Debby Gies, my two fabulous blogging buddies who administer the running of the club with me.
All the best for a lovely Easter.
Do pop over to my Instagram page to see the rest of my photos: My Instagram
Reblogged this on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life and commented:
Marjorie Mallon of Kyrosmagica with photos of her break with family and also some links to posts from over the Easter weekend that she is suggesting you visit.. thanks for the mention Marje.. Happy Easter.
Thanks for the reblog Sally, really appreciate it. xx. Happy Easter. xx
Happy Easter to you, too, Marje! Beautiful photos of a beautiful family! Lovely to see you all enjoying each other. 🙂
Thank you Marcia. 🙂
Happy Easter Marje! Thanks for including my interview with the talented Colleen here on your list. <3
Welcome Debby. Happy Easter!
Thanks Marje! 🙂
Good post. Happy Easter. 🙂 — Suzanne
Happy Easter, Marje 🙂
Happy Easter, Marje 🙂 xx
And to you too, Judy. xx
Thanks Marje and trust your Easter goes well. You seem to be enjoying life , did you try a Green tea Matcha? Its a refreshing drink I make it as in Japanese tea ceremony style frothed up in a pottery tea bowl. It does not go with Haggis, I’m not sure what goes with Haggis!
I did try a sip Denis, seems a healthy alternative to a cappucino! We had it with an Orange Polenta cake which went very well! Hope you had a lovely Easter too. 🙂
Hope you’re having a wonderful time 🙂 xx
And you too Samantha. 🙂 xx
It looks like you are having fun, Marje. Enjoy the time with your family 😀
Thank you Diana. It has been fun. 🙂 x
Hope you had a fab Easter, Marje!
We did Terri. Hope you did too. 🙂
What a wonderful family you have Marje, and a beautiful daughter.. 🙂 And your smile, so open and friendly.. 🙂
Many thanks for your kind visit and comment to my poem about the Homeless on Raven’s and Dragons post.. Homeless is a problem on the increase world wide unfortunately..
Many thanks again.. Wishing you well in your writing career ..
Crystals and gemstones I also have a passion for 🙂
Blessings to you and yours..
Thank you so much for your kind comment, really appreciate it. Yes, it is so sad that homelessness is such a problem. I do try to donate goods to Emmaus, a charity in Cambridge when I can and I shop there too to try in some small way to help. Thank you for your wishes with regards to my writing. So pleased to hear you have a passion for crystals and gemstones too. Have you come across my good friend Samantha Murdoch? She has a wonderful blog about crystals and cats: samanthamurdochblog.wordpress.com
Thank you, and yes we do what we can with charity donating etc.. And thank you for the intro to your friends site.. I will be sure to take a look.. And Cats we have in comment.. Though I am pet-less right now.. We have had many cats.. one who we had for 21 yrs.. She was a dear member of our family 🙂 You can find more about Crystals on one of my Pages in the header.. entitled Crystals and Things, if and when you get in the mood to explore a little more.. Time if you are like me, there are never enough hours in a day 🙂 ..
Thank you again for your lovely response.. 🙂
Love and Blessings
Yes, I will definitely explore your blog some more Sue. Time is a bit tricky at the moment as I’m meant to be editing my novel and keep on getting side tracked but I will be sure to pop back later…. I haven’t any cats either at the moment but do love them! I get my little fix over at Samantha’s blog! 🙂
Just nipped over to explore.. Lovely blog and Lovely Cats.. 🙂 Concentrate upon your Novel.. 🙂 that is a must priority I so know how it is.. Take care and lovely speaking to you xx
Great photos and wonderful to hear your family is doing well 🙂 You’re lovely, Marje ~ I hope you are still full of smiles and love today while thinking of the fun Easter times xxoo
Hi Christy, thank you for your lovely, friendly comment. Yes, family mean the world to me. Missing my eldest now she is back at University… xx