I learned something new about the day I was born – it was on a Friday.
A person born between the twenty somethings of October and November is considered a SCORPIO. And, a person born between February 02, 1984 and February 19, 1985 is considered a RAT. I wonder…What does it mean when a person is born on a Friday?
For SCORPIO, here’s a bit of what the Huffington Post has to say:
“…The Scorpio motto might be “What is hidden is more interesting than what is obvious.” You are the detectives of the zodiac. Your magnetic personality draws others to you. But you can also be secretive yourself, for you learn early on that when you express everything, others may be scared by the power of your feelings. You desperately want to have someone to merge with your feelings, but can become cold and withdrawn when hurt in love. You have the magic to light up the dark, but sometimes you would benefit by looking at the positive side of things rather than going into the darkness at all.”
I cannot argue much against what Huff had to say, or rather, what its source said. I find it very deep and truthful, and that motto…Wow. Talk about spot on.
As for the RAT part of me, here’s what Travel China Guide had to say:
“Though people consider the rat not adorable, and it even makes its way into derogatory languages, it ranks first on the Chinese zodiac. It has attributes of an animal with spirit, wit, alertness, delicacy, flexibility and vitality.”
Well, ain’t that somethin’? Who knew a rat could sound so intriguing? It sounded that way to me, anyway.
Now, about FRIDAY. I did not come across what I would expect a legit website to be, but here’s what one had to say:
“Friday’s child has the supplementary ruler of Venus, the planet of beauty, love, affection, sharing, artistry, pleasure, colour, elegance, refinement and romance. This child will usually fill their lives with these beautiful things.”
How did this blogger come up with this description? Hmm…This makes me want to do more research on Friday babies.