Wednesday, February 09, 2005

Kung Hei Fat Choi!

WATER OX Horoscope Feb 6, 1913 to Jan 25, 1914 Feb 3, 1973 to Jan 22, 1974 Oxen in China are put on a pedestal. So it goes with Oxen people. Oxen are bright, peace-loving, often easy-going and trusting. But, on the other hand, they can also be stubborn, methodical, and fiercely competitive, with, shudder, fierce tempers to boot. Oxen are natural born mentors and life is filled with examples of people who have gone on to great success because of them. Mentally and physically alert to the point of genius, many Oxen belong to Mensa. They can create the most imposing structures, magnificent sculpture, and homes. They respond like poets to the beauties of nature and of solitude. Oxen are unique, they are The Flower that bursts through the crack of cement. Bird's Nest Soup and Bean Curd are among the keys to good health!! With Water Oxen you never have to sit around listening to boring lecturing and long-winded yada-yada. Through quiet self-assurance, they simply carry on with life, setting examples by deed, never by words. They make extraordinary leaders. They inspire others to do their best, through kind patience, knowing that even waiters finally come to those who wait. Realistic and open-minded about the foibles of others, they are rewarded with unexpected surprises when people turn around and show their best attributes. Tit for tat!. Their stable careers and "living right" give them the potential to be enormously wealthy, and they frequently are. For Oxen in general, love life is somewhat of a mystery, but immensely satisfying, interwoven very nicely with contrasts of quietude and passion, solitude and togetherness. Famous Ox People: Tung Chee-Hwa, Sukarno, Richard Burton, Napoleon, Charlie Chaplin, Peter Sellers, Margaret Mead, Jawaharlal Nehru, Eisaku Sato, Princess Diana Check out your Chinese Horoscope here, and yes, I stole this from ver7igo (but i'm sure he doesn't mind). =) Make sure ya'll eat your noodles today, but no's ash Wednesday. I do not know what to give up this lenten season, so perhaps i'll just try to be a better person--and make my parents proud. =) **I haven't been home during Chinese New Year before--it's a little odd hearing the fireworks going off. But man, they're goin off like no tomorrow! Kung Hei Fat Choi!!

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