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World Famous Romance Novelist

(Not really, but maybe someday)

Thanks for visiting my site. Hey guess what? I'm now an author. I have written 6 books and 5 of them are now on Amazon and 1 is free online.

In my books I tell the world about my promiscuous behaviour that crossed the line to the point of violating society’s standards of decency.

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Matilda Comes to America: God Help America!
My Singles Cruise: Passion in the South Pacific
My Nude Cruise: Fun In and Out of the Sun
The Erotic Life of Matilda: Addicted to Sex
The Many Loves of Matilda

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My name is Matilda, but my friends call me Tilly. I am a photographer, very single (and very available) and I am waiting for my Prince to sweep me off my feet and I wish he would hurry up because I'm tired of kissing frogs. I live in a beach condo with two roomies, whom I write a lot about our adventures in my books. I just open the door and I'm on the beach. This is a very interesting place. Read further down the page and you will find out why. Life is good in this part of Australia.

A little more about me

I used to be a model, but that's a young person's business, so I planned ahead and began studying photography. I know what you are thinking; no, I wasn't a porn queen, but I did do some nude art. I am approaching the ripe old age of 30 and I'm now on the other side of the camera. I was born and raised in Queensland, but after being involved in a bad relationship, I moved far away to start a new life. I now live on a gorgeous beach in southwest Victoria. This is a very interesting place. The beach my building sits on is clothes optional. No, I am not going to tell you where I live. I enjoy my privacy. It's only a 20 minute drive from the city where I have my photography studio. The lifestyle here is a little slow and laid back and it takes a little while getting used to. But now I feel like I am living in paradise. Lets just say, if you ever visit or move to Australia, this is the place you would want to be. Where am I? There are a few hints in my books.

Relaxing in the hot sun with a cool breeze blowing across my body makes me very vulnerable.
Fortunately I have Fluffy to protect me. If you happen to see us on the beach, we both love belly rubs.

Because my name is Matilda people are constantly asking me about our unofficial National Anthem. Waltzing Matilda is, briefly, a song about a tramp who camps by a creek and steals a sheep. Three policemen arrive; rather than submit to capture, the tramp commits suicide by drowning himself in the creek. I should mention that at the time the penalty for stealing sheep (and lots of other things) was "hanging by the neck until dead". So, committing suicide wasn't as drastic as it might seem.

Waltzing Matilda

"Banjo" Paterson, 1893
Once a jolly swagman sat beside the billabong,
Under the shade of a coulibah tree,
And he sang as he sat and waited till his billy boiled:

Who'll come a waltzing matilda with me
Waltzing matilda, waltzing matilda
Who'll come a waltzing matilda with me
And he sang as he sat and waited by the billabong
Who'll come a waltzing matilda with me.

2. Down came a jumbuck to drink beside the billabong
Up jumped the swagman and seized him with glee
And he sang as he tucked the jumbuck in his tuckerbag

You'll come a waltzing matilda with me
Waltzing matilda, waltzing matilda
You'll come a waltzing matilda with me
And he sang as he tucked the jumbuck in his tuckerbag
You'll come a waltzing matilda with me.

3. Down came the stockman, riding on his thoroughbred,
Down came the troopers, one, two, three.
"Where's that jolly jumbuck you've got in your tuckerbag?"

You'll come a waltzing matilda with me
Waltzing matilda, waltzing matilda
You'll come a waltzing matilda with me
Where's that jolly jumbuck you've got in your tuckerbag?
You'll come a waltzing matilda with me.

4. Up jumped the swagman and plunged into the billabong,
"You'll never catch me alive," cried he
And his ghost may be heard as you ride beside the billabong,

Who'll come a waltzing matilda with me
Waltzing matilda, waltzing matilda
Who'll come a waltzing matilda with me
And his ghost may be heard as you ride beside the billabong,
Who'll come a waltzing matilda with me.

Waltzing Matilda waltzing Matilda

You'll come a waltzing Matilda with me

Waltzing Matilda Definitions

Billabong - Originally an aboriginal word for a section of still water adjacent to a river, cut off by a change in the watercourse, cf. an oxbow lake. In the Australian outback, a billabong generally retains water longer than the watercourse itself, so it may be the only water for miles around.

Billy - A tin can, maybe two litres (four pints) in capacity, usually with a wire handle attached to the top rim, in which 'swaggies' (and contemporary Australian campers) boil water to make tea (and to kill the beasties in the water they've taken out of the billabong).

Coolibah tree (also coolabah) - A particular kind of eucalyptus which grows beside billabongs.

Jumbuck - A sheep

Squatter - As Australia was settled, there was of course little or no authority and bureaucracy in place. People 'squatted' on patches of land, grazed their animals, grew their crops and built their houses and fences. In due course, as authority arrived, it generally accepted the claims of whoever was in apparent possession of the land (aboriginals had been no match for armed blue men, and anyway were largely nomadic across reasonably large areas). Particularly in good quality grazing country, squatters quickly became relatively very well off, hence the term 'squattocracy' which blends 'squatter' with 'aristocracy'. The constabulary tended to work with them to maintain law and order. To non-land-owners, squatters were an object of resentment.

Swagman - A gentleman of the road, an itinerant roaming country roads, a drifter, a tramp, a hobo. Carried his few belongings slung in a cloth, which was called by a wide variety of names, including 'swag', 'shiralee' and 'bluey'. Given the large number of names for them, they must have been a pretty common sight.

Troopers - Cavalry soldiers, or perhaps mounted militia-men or policemen. To a swaggie, what was the difference??

Tucker-bag - A bag to keep tucker in. (Tucker is food.)

Waltzing matilda - Matilda was a mock-romantic word for a swag, and to waltz matilda was to hit the road with a swag on your back. The term is thought to come from a German expression, Auf die Walz gehen, meaning to take to the road, and Mathilde is a girl's name, applied to one's bed-roll. So the poem (doggerel? folk song?) can be interpreted as yet another Aussie complaint about them in authority. We're one of the most urbanised nations in the world, who sort-of yearn for the wide open spaces (there's so much of it out there!), and the freedom that goes with it (or at least seems to go with it, to those that don't live there). So Waltzing Matilda strikes a chord (so to speak), generation after generation, for the same reason that Crocodile Dundee was as popular here as anywhere else - we know we're not like that; but it's fun pretending for a while that we are.

About the author - "Banjo" Paterson

Waltzing Matilda was written by a young Sydney solicitor and poet by the name of Andrew Barton Paterson in 1893, who at the time was writing under the pen name of "The Banjo". Born near Orange (NSW) on a station which was owned and later managed by his father, Paterson was educated at Sydney Grammar School. He qualified as a solicitor but his adult life was divided between legal practice, journalism, and pastoral pursuits. It was during a shearing strike that a sequence of events took place that culminated in "The Banjo" writing a song that is now known throughout the world and forever stamped in the psyche of all Australians. This most absorbing and intriguing story of our national song with it's unique blend of violence; union strikes; secret meetings in the dead of night; absentee landlords; suicide; fire; music; outback settings; class struggle; and a fascinating love affair, will, once exposed, forever excite the imagination of the public. And, when taken into context in its entirety, may well explain just why Waltzing Matilda makes us feel the way it does.

In case you are wondering, our actual National Anthem is Advance Australia Fair

I just added these. They are really fun and I might add more.

Play the illegal alien game. It's fun!
Play a game of hoops.
Play a game of darts.

Tid Bits

Men are like....

 1. Men are like Laxatives. They irritate the crap out of you.

 2. Men are like Bananas. The older they get, the less firm they are.

 3. Men are like Weather. Nothing can be done to change them.

 4. Men are like Blenders. You need one, but you're not quite sure why.

 5. Men are like Chocolate Bars.They are sweet, smooth, & they usually head right for your hips.

 6. Men are like Commercials. You can't believe a word they say.

 7. Men are like Department Stores. Their clothes are always 1/2 off!

 8.Men are like Government Bonds. They take soooooooo long to mature.

 9.Men are like Mascara. They usually run at the first sign of emotion.

10.Men are like Popcorn. They satisfy you, but only for a little while.

11. Men are like Snowstorms. You never know when they're coming, how many inches you'll get or how long it will last.

12. Men are like Lava Lamps. They are fun to look at, but not very bright.

Holy cow! It's a miracle!

They Walk Among Us

I couldn't find my luggage at the airport baggage area. So I went to the lost luggage office and told the woman there that my bags never showed up. She smiled and told me not to worry because she was a trained professional and I was in good hands. Then she asked me, "Has your plane arrived yet?" . . .

They Walk Among Us!

Some guy bought a new fridge for his house. To get rid of his old, still working fridge, he put it in his front yard and hung a sign on It saying: "Free to good home. You want it, you take it". For three days the fridge sat there without even one person looking twice at it. He eventually decided that people were too un-trusting of this deal. It looked to good to be true, so he changed the sign to read: "Fridge for sale $50". The next day someone stole it. Caution ...

They Walk Among Us!

While looking at a house, my brother asked the real estate agent which direction was north because, he explained, he didn't want the sun waking him up every morning.

She asked, "Does the sun rise in the North?"

When my brother explained that the sun rises in the East, and has for sometime, she shook her head and said, "Oh, I don't keep up with that stuff."

They Walk Among Us!

I used to work in technical support for a 24/7 call centre. One day I got a call from an individual who asked what hours the call centre was open. I told him, "The number you dialled is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week." He responded, "Is that Eastern Standard Time or Western Standard Time?" Wanting to end the call quickly, I said, "Uh, Eastern" . . . . . .

They Walk Among Us!

A mate and I were eating lunch in a restaurant when we overheard a woman at the next table talking about the sunburn she got on her weekend drive up the coast. She was saying she drove a convertible and a blonde girl sitting across from her said, "How did you get sunburned? Wasn't the car was moving?". . .

They Walk Among Us!

My sister has a lifesaving tool in her car that's designed to to break the window if the car goes into the water. She keeps it in the trunk....

They Walk Among Us!

My friends and I were on a beer run and noticed that the cases were discounted 10%. Since it was a big party, we bought 2 cases. The cashier multiplied 2 times 10% and gave us a 20% discount.

They Walk Among Us!

I was hanging out with a mate when we saw a woman with a nose ring attached to an earring by a chain. My mate said, "Wouldn't the Chain rip out every time she turned her head?" I explained that a person's nose and ear remain the same distance apart no matter which way the head is turned...

They Walk Among Us!

While in an Italian restaurant I observed a man ordering a small pizza to go. The cook asked him if he would like it cut into 4 pieces or 6.

He thought about it for some time before responding. "Just cut it into 4 pieces, I don't think I'm hungry enough to eat 6 pieces.

They Walk Among Us!

They walk among us, and what's scary is that they reproduce - and, God help us, some of them even vote!

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