Intro for February 18, 2015
It’s New Year’s Eve. You ready?
Change your sheets tonight. Wash your hair too. No hair washing starting tomorrow and, if you can, at least until the weekend. Can’t wash away the New Year Luck, right?
So today we profile those born in the Year of the Pig and the Year of the Dog. The Pig is the last of the three lucky signs during the Year of the Goat/Sheep alongside the Rabbit and the Rooster. In May and June though, for Pigs, you have to watch your money. And just because you’re luckier than most this year it’s not an excuse to be condescending or to get cocky. Especially since in September and October you could run into some minor legal issues. Also in September and October, be extra mindful of your health and your family’s health.
As I mentioned yesterday, our rainbow butterfly, Mimi Carey, was born in the Year of the Dog. Potential for a lot of drama ahead for Dogs. Female Dogs in the Year of the Goat/Sheep should be mindful of friendships. From August to October, you may be at risk of betrayal by a friend – not a super close friend but someone you’ve been trying to build trust with. Be careful what you say to people. Only confide in those you know very, very well. And beware of theft too. You are vulnerable to theft this year. Note too that if you were born in the Year of the Dog and are pregnant, do not over-exert yourself, take it easy, let others help you out.
For Male Dogs in the Year of the Goat/Sheep, there are love interests. If you’re single, awesome. Go for it. Get in there. Congratulations. If you are NOT single, this extracurricular temptation is a trap that could result in major romantic drama that will not only negatively impact your personal relationships and family but also, quite possibly, your career and business. Be careful.
You know who was born in the Year of the Dog?
Check out Katy Cambridge visiting the Emma Bridgewater Factory today in Stoke on Trent.
Tomorrow, the Goat/Sheep. And the charms giveaway!
Yours in gossip,
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