Nearly complete. An upgrade of A song at Rainbow’s

end.

Drugproof

Drugproof

When I was 36 I left my homeland and settled in the remotest capital city in the world, Perth. Since then I have watched it grow incrementally.

Now, this year, I have watched the railway function to take me to the heart of the city in 20 minutes. It gave me memories of the rumbling of the London Underground. How far we have come! And yet violence has increased. I love my country and would not sit back to let it disintegrate. Families are the heart of stability and happiness comes from more than wealth.

There’s a rainbow of hope slung over Australia if we can drugproof our Kids. The red end is the hope that our kids will look out for each other. The blue is to remember that we are all subject to substance abuse. It will remind us to keep a bright attitude to life and share in it to the full.

What are our main problems?

What is your idea of a free country?

Is it freedom to do what we like?

Is it freedom to take drugs?

Or is it freedom from drugs and the horrors associated?

We all want our country to prosper for one reason or another.

 

I LOVE MY COUNTRY

Is a light-weight, inexpensive book which can be purchased for acknowledging a friend at birthday or Christmas. It reminds us to take care of our landscape and be thankful for the freedom we have.

A SLICE OF LIFE

 

If you are thinking about sharing life in full and cheering up friend or relative then another light-weight book demonstrating the rainbow colours of the Church’s Year from the indigo of Good Friday to the amber of Easter would be this small booklet.I cannot help thinking that these aspects are all illustrated in our own landscape. There are a few carols not recorded elsewhere including one of the few West Australian Carols.

 

TALKING MUSIC CAMPS

“Kids with strong voices go to music camps” I would rather say that

kids who need to learn to breathe, who need a rosier outlook, who

want a friend…should go to music camps.

I f you want to know what is on in Western Australia read;

50 YEARS JOYFUL SERVICE

 

Here you’ll read about the light and shade of life at a music camp.The campers felt they were being of service to their country, for instance they

sang at the Memorial Service to Prime Minister Menzies. Yes, the history goes back to the 1960s

THE GOLDEN EAGLE SERIES

 THE GOLDEN EAGLE

 A novel about kids looking out for each other was inspired by two visits to the Scilly Isles. These Islands are an inspiration for writers; they are isolated, full of exotic plants (incidentally brought from Australia), they represent every period of English history seldom tampered with, they had ancient Christian connections, they had shipping, yachting, diving, treasure, connections with France, migrant birds, empty beaches, clear blue water, cliff walks, forts, trips to uninhabited islands and a well supplied town centre at St Marys.

If you call yourself a writer you would bound to be inspired. Unfortunately not many people have the opportunity to live there. It belongs to the Duchy of Cornwall and there is only a little freehold land. The hotel is booked months in advance. We had the good fortune to make a holiday exchange with a bank Manager. At first I just described it. Then I thought it would make a good background for a teen novel. The characters went on living for me and became a novel to illustrate the care teenagers could have one for another. “Carry each other’s burdens” (Gal.6.2.NIV) headed the title page.

It would have been a lost opportunity if I had not bought out the importance of relating to God when in trouble.

A SONG AT RAINBOW’S END

I could not leave the characters ‘washed up’. I had to follow their lives a bit further and they went to Western Australia where they had some hair raising adventures with drug runners and the police. This is my favourite so far. I am writing a revised version which should be a considerable improvement.

They returned to the Scilly Isles where I am now giving them a run of the Island and they search the mystery of the GOLDEN SPIRAL There as they get more mature they become enthusiastic about conservation.

Why not start a book in your 80th year?

BOOFIE THE SAUCEY BIRD

It makes a lovely tale but it actually happened to me. Who has ever fostered a friendship with a wild bird would know.

————–

This day and age so many families are distanced from Christianity that even the words we use can be misrepresented.

‘Starting where they are’ is a term commonly used by teachers and here I have tried to introduce young teens to the basic ideas of communicating with God or even of His existence.

 

When I was 36 I left my homeland and settled in the remotest capital city in the world, Perth. Since then I have watched it grow incrementally.  If you are thinking about sharing life in full and cheering up friend or relative then another light-weight book demonstrating the rainbow colours of the Church’s Year from the indigo of Good Friday to the amber of Easter would be this small booklet.

I cannot help thinking that these aspects are all illustrated in our own landscape. There are a few carols not recorded elsewhere including one of the few West Australian Carols.

I LOVE MY COUNTRY

Is a light-weight, inexpensive book which can be purchased for acknowledging a friend at birthday or Christmas. It reminds us to take care of our landscape and be thankful for the freedom we have.

A SLICE OF LIFE

 

Now, this year, I have watched the railway function to take me to the heart of the city in 20 minutes. It gave me memories of the rumbling of the London Underground. How far we have come! And yet violence has increased. I love my country and would not sit back to let it disintegrate. Families are the heart of stability and happiness comes from more than wealth.

There’s a rainbow of hope slung over Australia if we can drugproof our Kids. The red end is the hope that our kids will look out for each other. The blue is to remember that we are all subject to substance abuse. It will remind us to keep a bright attitude to life and share in it to the full.

What are our main problems?

What is your idea of a free country?

Is it freedom to do what we like?

Is it freedom to take drugs?

Or is it freedom from drugs and the horrors associated?

We all want our country to prosper for one reason or another.

  Here you’ll read about the light and shade of life at a music camp.The campers felt they were being of service to their country, for instance they

TALKING MUSIC CAMPS

“Kids with strong voices go to music camps” I would rather say that

kids who need to learn to breathe, who need a rosier outlook, who

want a friend…should go to music camps.

I f you want to know what is on in Western Australia read;

50 YEARS JOYFUL SERVICE

sang at the Memorial Service to Prime Minister Menzies. Yes, the history goes back to the 1960s

THE GOLDEN EAGLE SERIESTHE GOLDEN EAGLEA novel about kids looking out for each other was inspired by two visits to the Scilly Isles. These Islands are an inspiration for writers; they are isolated, full of exotic plants (incidentally brought from Australia), they represent every period of English history seldom tampered with, they had ancient Christian connections, they had shipping, yachting, diving, treasure, connections with France, migrant birds, empty beaches, clear blue water, cliff walks, forts, trips to uninhabited islands and a well supplied town centre at St Marys.A SONG AT RAINBOW’S ENDI could not leave the characters ‘washed up’. I had to follow their lives a bit further and they went to Western Australia where they had some hair raising adventures with drug runners and the police. This is my favourite so far. I am writing a revised version which should be a considerable improvement. 

 

 

If you call yourself a writer you would bound to be inspired. Unfortunately not many people have the opportunity to live there. It belongs to the Duchy of Cornwall and there is only a little freehold land. The hotel is booked months in advance. We had the good fortune to make a holiday exchange with a bank Manager. At first I just described it. Then I thought it would make a good background for a teen novel. The characters went on living for me and became a novel to illustrate the care teenagers could have one for another. “Carry each other’s burdens” (Gal.6.2.NIV) headed the title page.

It would have been a lost opportunity if I had not bought out the importance of relating to God when in trouble.

They returned to the Scilly Isles where I am now giving them a run of the Island and they search the mystery of the GOLDEN SPIRAL There as they get more mature they become enthusiastic about conservation.

Why not start a book in your 80th year?

BOOFIE THE SAUCEY BIRD

It makes a lovely tale but it actually happened to me. Who has ever fostered a friendship with a wild bird would know.

————–

This day and age so many families are distanced from Christianity that even the words we use can be misrepresented.

‘Starting where they are’ is a term commonly used by teachers and here I have tried to introduce young teens to the basic ideas of communicating with God or even of His existence.