The future?
Please see my 'Contact' page re email address.

Who's next?

No greater beauty can my eyes behold, than the eyes of my granddaughter do hold.


The latest addition to the extended family is Leo born on 28.10.2015;
do you know anyone younger in the family?

To those of our family who follow us: we shall always be with you and in you.
You are our future and our eternal joy.
We, your family, welcome you to this wonderful life on earth.
Live it to the full, with love, joy and in peace.
Enjoy your life and be happy; create as much happiness around you as you can.
Make the most of every day and make the most of the wonderful creation that is our world.
This life is not a rehearsal.
All you have to do is decide what to do with the time that is given to you.

The film 'Moonlight' (2016), written & directed by Barry Jenkins, and co-written by Tarell Alvin McCraney has the comment:
'At some point you gotta decide for yourself who you gonna to be. Can't let nobody make that decision for you.'

All people have problems during their daily lives, many of them will be very serious.
A happy life is not about having no problems; it's about how you deal with them.
Where and when you can, live in love and peace with all of creation.

As it says in the film 'Harry Potter: The Order of the Phoenix':
'We all have darkness and light in side of us; what matters is the path we choose to follow.'

When you grow up, if you are lucky enough to have children of your own, don't ever quarrel with them; it's never worth it. Remember that you will only be as happy as your unhappiest child, so do all you can to spread happinness around you. Also, remember that it is easier for the person least responsible for a falling-out to appologise for their part in an upset than the one who was mainly responsible, though you should never say so! Try to meet anger with love, and never 'burn bridges' between you and your loved ones. Always try to 'be there' for each other - no matter what.
                                                                                                                                 Chris Drakes