Sunday, February 14, 2010

Happy Valentine's Day and Gung Hay Fat Choy!

Today is Chinese New Year

of the white metal Tiger

Gung Hay Fat Choy!

Find out what to expect during the coming year go to this url:


http://www.gotohoroscope.com/yearly-horoscope.html


The astrologists note that 2010 is a year of the white metal Tiger, and the best metal for this animal is considered to be silver. Present your friends with silver items - they will surely bring luck in 2010 year of white Tiger! If according to Chinese horoscope you were born in a year of Sheep, Horse (especially Fire Horse), Dog, Tiger, Ox or Dragon, this 2010 year will not lay you aside! Take your chance! Don't be afraid of starting something new - you will succeed! Those, who were born in a year of Rabbit, Rooster or Monkey, in 2010 year of the Tiger, will have to try harder. This 2010 year will require of these people certain efforts to fulfill all their goals and not to lose what they already have. For the rest of "animals", according to the Chinese horoscope, 2010 year of white Tiger promises to be neutral.




Also, it is the day of love called St. Valentine's Day when we traditionally give beautiful cards, flowers, and candy to our beloved.



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10 comments:

  1. A very uplifting blog, thanks for sharing.

    Yvonne.

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  2. One wore out "Rabbit" here and not excited about more effort. Oh well.

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  3. Hey what happened to the RAT? Am I to crawl in a hole and not come out till next year????

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  4. Hey what happened to the RAT? Am I to crawl in a hole and not come out till next year????

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  5. I'm a monkey and it will be a while before my year is up again. It was a monkey year the year I went to work and loved my job for several years, until it became unbearable. Not having to work has its advantages...I told 'em to take this job and shove it...pretty much.

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  6. I wanted to thank you for the sweet comment you left on Bossy's blog :-)

    The year of the Tiger sounds so much more exciting than my year - which I believe is the *yawn* sheep :D

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  7. I think I would count myself VERY LUCKY indeed if I had a friend who SENT me a silver tiger! :)

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  8. Year of the horse here... I like tigers,so it's all good to me. :)

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