Facebook and Meringue Trio

If you use Facebook you might be vaguely interested to know that I’ve revamped my Facebook page for Lorna’s Tearoom Delights. It can be found by clicking here.

If, however, that’s of absolutely no interest to you, perhaps I could offer you this nice painting of a tearoom instead. It’s a photo of a card I bought recently. The painting is by Jennifer Thomson and is entitled “Meringue Trio, The Willow Tearoom”.

Jennifer Thomson painting

Jennifer has painted lots of lovely Scottish scenes, so if you like this one why not have a look at some of her others at www.jenniferthomson.com.


27 thoughts on “Facebook and Meringue Trio

  1. Hi,
    I’m not on facebook, but I love your painting, it is very well done, so much detail, the Ladies chatting over High Tea, the handbag on the chair, the lovely flowers, even a handbag hanging on the chair as well, the waitress walking away and leaving the Ladies to enjoy themselves. Very nice. šŸ˜€

  2. I love the card! I would love to know what they are talking about. I’m not on facebook yet. Don’t know if I’ll ever get an account.

    • I know, it’s intriguing to think of their little chats. I’m not very good at going on Facebook, but I know a lot of people love it and use it quite successfully as a networking tool.

  3. No, I don’t do Facebook either! But I love this card, thanks for that. The Willow Tea Rooms are fantastic. I haven’t been for a few years – took my mother and daughter a while back. So I should really plan a trip!

    • I should too, because rather shockingly I haven’t ever been! I’ve been meaning to go for ages so it’s high time I did something about it. I might jot an appointment down in my diary as a special treat once I’ve done a bit of book writing.

  4. Cute paintings! Don’t worry about the timeline on Facebook, it will be changed by the time you get used to it! lol

  5. Hello, Lorna. I want to let you know that I do “like” your facebook page, in the traditional sense of the word, but even though I also have a page, I cannot “like” yours in the facebook sense of the word. After a lengthy and confusing discussion with my daughter, I finally understand that I am not a “person” in the facebook world, and therefore I am not able to “like” pages. But, I can “link”! And I will šŸ™‚

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