Hop-Along in 2011
After getting home and taking a shower, I decided to read up on what the Chinese zodiac experts had to say about people born in the year of the Rabbit:-
Rabbits, like their animal counterparts, are quite calm people who do not exhibit aggressive behavior and will avoid confrontation at all costs. When angry about something, a Rabbit will approach it calmly and considerately, hardly ever raising his voice or becoming visibly annoyed. Because of their serenity, Rabbits seem to miss things, whether they are confrontational in nature or not. However, the Rabbit is quite keen and pays close attention to the situations developing around him. He is intelligent and quick and can talk himself in or out of most situations with no problem.
The Chinese Rabbit is one of the most stylish creatures of the Chinese Animal Signs and finds interest in different cultures. He is classy and sophisticated, and can be found adorning one of the latest fashion magazine cover looks. Rabbits also like artistic ventures, such as painting and music and are generally quite present in these worlds. They love top express themselves, which is evident when joining them at home for a function or a cup of coffee.
Of course, I was born in the year of the Dragon and here's my zodiac predictions:-
Most dragons found 2010 about as much fun as chewing on icicles, and while 2011 won’t be a banner year you’ll find fewer white knights prancing around with your name on the end of their lance. Leadership and passion are typical traits of the dragon and while the year of the Rabbit will reward your natural creativity, outbursts and anger will upset workmates and friends and you could still find yourself on the business end of a lance. Instead, be patient and try and fly with the more relaxed pace of the year. If you do, you should find your cavern stuffed with goblets, trinkets and treasure chests, and, more importantly, someone scaly to share them with.Hmmm. Strikingly true, although it mirrors any average cycle of life. This year i look forward to striving hard, making amends and strengthening my faith in Christ our Saviour. Every year that passes by brings about new lessons and experiences. The cavern stuffed with goblets, trinkets and treasure chests is a nice thought but I DOUBT I'd want to share them with someone 'scaly' ???
To my dear family, friends and loved ones: Here's wishing you a happy Chinese new year and happy holidays! God bless and keep you all in his arms!