Keep calm and…

What to do with your stockpiles of toilet paper via Jane Docherty. #coronavirus #toiletpaper #humour

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Marje @ Kyrosmagica

Hi. Welcome to my blog: M J Mallon - Kyrosmagica Publishing. A blog about magic, books, writing, laughter, and much more! I'm a debut writer, my first YA fantasy novel The Curse of Time - Book 1 - Bloodstone is set in Cambridge. I write book reviews on my blog and on Goodreads. I have a penchant for travel and have relatives in far flung places, Australia, Malaysia, and Singapore, (my birthplace.) I grew up in in Bonnie Scotland, in Edinburgh, and now live in Cambridge. I love sunny, hot places, particularly Rome, Venice, Portugal, Barcelona, and I forgot to mention the sun drenched beaches of the Caribbean, how could I? I am lucky to have been blessed with two lovely daughters and a husband who I fondly refer to in this blog as my black sheep. Family joke! With my passion for travel, culture, beautiful beaches, good food, books, theatre, writing, and humour, I hope to keep you entertained. I'm loving every minute of this creative journey, please join me.

4 thoughts on “Keep calm and…”

  1. Ha ha, Marjorie. i was ‘educated’ in my younger years – as an evacuee in World War 11 – regarding the various types of toilet paper available…. My father insisted on the shiny variety (fortunately no longer around) which, unless concentrating, slipped off one’s bottom…Then there was a more expensive choice, beyond our reach, And – one which brought out a sense of disgust I didn’t know I had – a neat pad of a section of The Merthyr Express,kept in place on a nail. After the first ‘ugh’ reaction, I soon became used to reading frustrating snippets of news about everything from the war ‘effort’ and progress or otherwise, who was marrying/murdering whom and any local burglaries (of which there were very few!). When it snowed in Wales, however, a quick trip to the outside loo involved having a shovel and a certain amount of digging…I never did try the recommended ‘outdoor’ variety if ‘caught short’ – the good old,reliable dock leaf. Oh, the good old days… Hugs x

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