Thursday, 3 February 2011

McSharel welcomes the year of the Rabbit

Happy Chinese New Year!! Kung Hei Fatt Choy!!

The 'homies' of Sharel celebrating the year of the Rabbit at home. "Happening"! Wife and Kid asleep in the bedroom while the man of house tengah sibuk finishing up his thesis writing. "Coolness.."..

Talk about the Chinese calendar, it looks like the household of Sharel belongs to a family of farm animals.

  • Mom & Dad - Year of the Dog.
  • Umayr - Year of the Ox.
  • Ihm - Year of the Rabbit.
For fun sake, let's take a look into the meanings of the animals in McSharel's Farm.

1922, 1934, 1946, 1958, 1970, 1982, 1994, 2006, 2018
This is the honest, friendly and sincere sign of the zodiac. People born under the Dog always seem to be ready for action and this quality brings respect from others around them. They can be brave and courageous and rarely withdraw from a commitment or betray a confidence. Their inner power and physical vigour makes them good people to have on a team. They are very loyal and reliable and in relationships settle with someone who supports them. They are devoted to the welfare of others and are often wonderful listeners. They can be very faithful to their partners and to others around them. The careers that they approach include teaching, social work, counselling, medicine, research, public campaigning and law.

1925, 1937, 1949, 1961, 1973, 1985, 1997, 2009, 2021
They are steady, honest, gentle and reliable. The Ox builds plans and ideas on firm ground. Patience and hard work bring success to the Ox. They need peace and quiet to work through their ideas and are best left alone to work as they can become hotheaded, inflexible and stubborn when pushed. They are logical and find it hard to forgive if deceived. They prefer a truthful, loyal and committed partner. They work well in careers to do with the earth, visual arts, farming, estate management, cooking, religion and medicine. They are often very skilled with their hands.

1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011
Are usually generous, friendly and tranquil by nature. Rabbits like everything to be low key and even tempered and are anxious if forced to take risks. They enjoy paying attention to detail to create an ambience in their lives. Rabbits most often prefer the easy road. There ideal partner is loving and kind hearted and always fulfills their partner's desires. Rabbits are suited to careers in literature, art, design, public relations, counselling, advisory occupations and law. They also make good secretaries.

Excerpts from here
Miss the 'makan' besar this year.. :(

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