Forecast for the Year of the Rabbit!

22 Jan 2011 – Happy Bday Katy born in the Year of the Snake!


The predictions for the Rabbit year to people born under the sign of the Ox!

People born 4 Feb 1949 to 4 Feb 1950, year of the Ox are sturdy, earthy, no-nonsense. Affectionate and easy-going, the Ox can show a fierce temper when agitated. Neat, tidy, quiet and studious, with a great love of the home. Music can be a great love. Family life and a loving partner are high on the Ox’s priorities. A wonderful loyal friend.

Forecast for the Rabbit Year: The Ox will have grown quite a bit during 2010. Its whirlwind moments and sudden challenges meant the Ox had to adjust the thinking and change direction on a dime! Some may feel a bit low about the way things went and it’s important to look forward to 2011 and put 2010 firmly behind them. That should always be the case! The year of the Rabbit will be encouraging and bringing exciting offers and progress. Ha… will believe that when I see it 🙂

Romance is highlighted in a very special way this year, with unattached Oxen finding themselves in exactly the right place at the right time to meet someone very special. Yeah, right LOL 🙂 🙂 Friendship will be important during 2011. Friendship is always important. The Ox should take time to ensure a healthy diet and that to exercise and spend time outdoors. Rest and relaxation will be vital for all Oxen during the Year of the Rabbit. Vital for everybody and anybody who does not know that has no common sense 🙂 🙂 🙂

Astrology, fengshui, horoscopes, prophecies, Tarot cards etc should be read and taken as entertainment or just for the fun of it. As replied by Minister Mentor/MM and SIN’s 1st Prime Minister LEE Kuan Yew (87yrs of age) when asked recently if he believes in astrology or fengshui, he laughed and said it was utter rubbish… also said this about the people in SIN…  you think we have friendly neighbours, GROW UP. The 458-page book launched yesterday Hard Truths To Keep Singapore Going, is based on 16 interviews MM gave to Straits Times journalists. Published by Straits Times Press. Looking forward to reading it!