crowing in the year of the ox


Got this off Chuvaness.

Zodiac’s Nature:
Courageous, generous, entertaining, popular, protective, resourceful, unrealistic, capable and confident with good communication skills. Prone to boast and exaggerate. Dramatic but reputable people who work systematically but does not like routine. Takes good care of their family & can always succeed in the end.

Roosters are compatible with the Oxen, so their luck is pretty good. They will have more confidence in handling their daily work. Money luck is pretty good; it comes from all sources and prosperity in business. Working employees will have the chance to get a promotion. In love affairs, it is time for the single Roosters who have been dating to get married. Married Roosters should spend more time with family. Health-wise, they should keep away from sharp objects, be careful on the road, and avoid all dangerous water activities. They should try to avoid eating too much grilled or deep-fried food.

Thank God I no longer work with knives. Maybe I should reconsider my roadtrip from Steinkjer in mid-Norway to Tromsø all the way up in the north (that’s 650 kilometers of possible road danger!). Cruising to Denmark doesn’t  sound dangerous, or is it? Summer’s five months away but I should stay away from grilled Norwegian sausages when that comes. Or stop buying french fries when the hunger pang attacks on the way home. Like, ehrm, yesterday.

Money and career wise, the year of the mighty Ox is looking good for me. Woohee!


6 Responses to “crowing in the year of the ox”

  1. 1 RennyBA January 27, 2009 at 11:27 am

    Happy OX year to you too then :-)

  2. 2 freshmess January 27, 2009 at 11:51 am

    Same to you and your family, Renny!

  3. 3 deluxeduck January 27, 2009 at 12:20 pm

    buti ka pa, better forecast than mine. and what’s up with the “keep away from sharp objects” warning? i got that too.

  4. 4 freshmess January 27, 2009 at 1:32 pm

    Ah, but we write off all the bad forecasts don’t we, dd? We should be very careful with sharp objects. I just had my first sharp scenario – splinter in the finger. Creepy!

  5. 5 K January 27, 2009 at 6:11 pm

    Kung Hei Fat Choi, that creature looks cute. Is that an ice cream?

    Ayan don’t ski on the snow for now, sharpy ang edge ng frost.

  6. 6 freshmess January 27, 2009 at 6:43 pm

    Thanks the same, K! It’s actually a mug, the cow’s inside.
    Oh, you’re probably right! All the elements are there in a cross-country skiing – the sharp skis, the frozen water, and the skiing on roads. Glad I haven’t done any of that yet.

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