Friday, 25 March 2016

Celebrate the small things


A little Easter posy to illustrate my celebrations post today. I've got some lovely clumps of primroses springing up around the garden. These pretty flowers always remind me of my late mother. She had lots in her garden and most of the ones I have now originated from there.




My Easter weekend celebrations include the promise of some time to relax (hopefully!) and time to spend with family and friends. My youngest got back from University yesterday and is ill, so not celebrating that, but at least she is home and I can spoil her with some TLC.

In my writing life I am working on edits at the moment. With some time away from the day job over the  next couple of weeks I am hoping to nail them! So if I am not around much for a while that is probably why. Getting this ms submission ready as soon as possible is my priority at the moment.

I hope that those of you gearing up for A-Z have loads of fun. I'll try and stop by some of your posts when I can.

In the meantime I wish you all a happy and peaceful Easter. If chocolate's your thing, then enjoy the perfect reason to indulge. I'm sure I will be!





Thanks to Lexa and her lovely co-hosts
 L.G. Keltner @ Writing Off The Edge 
Tonja Drecker @ Kidbits Blog

17 comments:

  1. Have a Blessed Eastern and just take care of your daughter.

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  2. So sorry your daughter's not feeling well, but how lucky that she can come home and get nursed back to health by you. Nothing's better than Mom's TLC. Good luck with the edits, and have a great weekend! :)

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  3. Hope your daughter's feeling better soon, but I'm sure she'll enjoy being cared for by you. Good luck with getting that MS ready. Have a blessed Easter!

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  4. I hope your daughter feels better soon, Suzanne. Good luck with the edits! Happy Easter to you and your family ~Lori~

    Lori's CtST @ As the Fates Would Have It

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  5. Happy Easter Suzanne. I hope your daughter feels better soon.

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  6. Hope a great easter is had and your daughter gets better soon.

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  7. Hope your daughter gets better soon, and have fun working on those edits - chocolate helps with that, you know ;-) Happy Easter

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  8. Hi Suzanne - I sure hope your daughter recovers quickly - and I'm sure will be relieved to be home and given lots of TLC. I love Cornwall in Spring time .. the primroses and hedgerow flowers - let alone the fields of daffodils and narcissi ...

    Enjoy the downtime and some time to do some of your edits ... and eat some, not all, of those eggs! Happy Easter - Hilary

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  9. It's always nice having children back from uni and I'm sure she'll get better soon with your TLC - enjoy your time and have a great Easter weekend :) Special Teaching at Pempi’s Palace

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  10. Lovely photo: primroses have a special place in my heart, too. Happy Easter.

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  11. I'm getting the finishing touches down on my A-Z. Praying your daughter gets well soon.

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  12. We had a great family gathering and once again I understand how important it is to take time to be with those who know you and love you--even if they know you well. :-)

    Hope you enjoyed your weekend.

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  13. Those primroses are absolutely lovely. Best of luck with your edits!

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  14. Beautiful flowers, and I hope you are able to relax. Best of luck on your edits!
    Ninja Girl

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  15. Cuddle your daughter and good luck with your edits. X

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  16. I hope you had a lovely holiday and enJOY your daughter~ Your primroses are stunning~ I need to get me some of those sunny wonders!

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  17. Thank you for stopping by and leaving your lovely comments and good wishes.

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