Monday, February 15, 2010

Kung Hee Fat Choy

It's year of the Tiger! Here is the Year of the Tiger Predictions (courtesy of our graphic designer friend - stacey leong)
The Year of The Tiger begins on February 14th 2010. Drama, intensity, change and travel will be the keywords for 2010. The Year of the Tiger will bring far reaching changes for everyone, so it won’t be a dull 12 months for anyone. New inventions and incredible technological advances have a good chance of occurring. For all of the Chinese horoscope signs, this year is one to be active — seizing opportunities and making the most of our personal and very individual talents. Everything happens quickly and dramatically in a Tiger year — blink and you could miss an important chance of a lifetime!

I was born during the year of the Dog. Here is my personalized forecast for this coming year. Sounds exciting!

The Dog

One of the most honest and loyal signs of the Chinese zodiac and will always go to bat for a worthy cause. The Dog is a fantastic listener and her advice is usually very intuitive.

Forecast for 2010
The Year of the Tiger will be an excellent one for all Dogs with a significant improvement in fortune all year long. They must leave the past behind, for the Ox year was a challenging one, and look forward with optimism and determination. There will still be challenges this year for the Dog, as for all the signs, and it is important that she talk over any potential problems and worries rather than bottling them up. Socially, this is the Dog’s year to shine and many new strong friendships and alliances will be formed. The Year of the Tiger will see increased finances for the Dog with many receiving bonuses or even gifts throughout the year. However, it is important that she takes her time regarding financial matters, checking details and ensuring that he has read all the fine print. May to August will be very significant for single Dogs and all invitations should be carefully considered! September through November will have crucial career opportunities – don’t miss them! Recreational activities and hobbies will also feature strongly, with some able to turn their hobby into their career with great success.

1 comment:

kelly said...

things are looking up:)
i wonder if stacey( well either one!) could create an invitation for us. we have an idea of what we want it to look like. ttyl!