Chinese New Year is actually February 25,2020. Correction date should be “January 25, 2020”.
I read this part from “Chinese Fortune Calendar“: The first day of the White Rat year is not the Chinese New Year Day in Chinese Astrology. The first day of the Tiger month is the first day of the Chinese Astrology year. This day is called the Start of Spring, which is the date when the sun enters the 315th degree on the tropical zodiac. This day is around February 4, each year. 2020 Chinese White Rat starts on February 4, 2020, in China’s time zone. That means Chinese Lunar New Year is not the first day of the White Rat Year. If a baby is born before February 4, 2020, then the baby’s zodiac sign is the Pig, not Rat.
I have learned my lesson to read information more carefully. Thank you Sue W. from Weekly Prompts.com. Sue is one (1) of the site owners. Please visit Weekly Prompts.com site to see what it is all about.
Abby: Hope take the next curvy road. Hope: Abby how far is in from this stop light? Abby: You just missed it!! Hope: I think you need glasses! I’m turning around now! Abby: You know what, the next time I’m driving!! Hope: Okay Abby, here’s your sign! You forgot to tell me which one to use.
Happy Monday! Let’s start the week with Jabberwocky!
What the heck is “jabberwocky”? Well let’s see! It could be someone saying a loopy story when they are feeling sad, or it can be someone in politics saying whatever during an election year, or a creature from Alice in Wonderland. I’m sticking with Alice in Wonderland.
I didn’t forget anyone on my post from 3/30/2020. I felt it probably would be very, very long to keep everyone’s interest.
Here I go: Restaurants still cooking our favorites for us, Bus Drivers picking up passengers that have to work, People helping food banks, sort food, package food for delivery, Funeral personnel taking care of our love ones, TV hints on how to handle items that come through our doors at home, including us, People showing their generosity to others, like the man who used his savings to purchase gas for nurses – Bravo! Entertainment industries stars giving us courage to go on, “We’ll beat IT” – Bravo.
Everyone we all have to think positive, to beat “IT”! Can we do “IT”? Yes we can!!!!
Have a great day! Hope Clip Art from Bing.com I have an idea how about getting a KAZOO? Then we can serenade our neighbors.
I think I’ll wrap myself up as a mummy! Hopefully this will keep me safe from COVID-19. Of course I will be the best wrapped mummy!
Oh my gosh! I came out of my cocoon too soon! What can I do now? Hello Miss! Can you spin me a cocoon?
Have a great day! Hope Hey you! You’re only 5.5 feet away from me! Remember be patience with one another we are all going thru tough times. Cocoon word & definition from M-W’s Word of the Day.com Clip Art from Bing.com
To the people of the United States of America Thank You!!!!
I have seen, heard or someone told me about people turning their companies around from making their own products, so they can produce what is essential to many fields who test, take care, responsive to the need of others. First responders have the most need of protection. St. Michael, Archangel for first responders.
Isn’t it funny how “we the people” can get things rolling. Companies with sewing machines masking masks, gowns, etc. 3D printers making products for healthcare workers PPE. Hmm! I wonder what else they can make to help out in this crisis? Car companies making ventilators, Companies that were closed are now reopened to make PPE products PPE = Personal Protective Equipment See The Hill.com
“We the people” use our imagination, look at what is in front of us, a light bulb goes on and there we are, necessary items for our people in the front lines. “We the people” also assist people around us. Calling, waving, singing, mailing, deliveries, and much, much more. Did you know there are some people that don’t even know what’s going? Homeless people are now being informed when they come for a meal.
Some of us may have good ideas, but don’t know how to get them going. If someone has an idea, how about listening to what they say. Be honest! Is it good, not so good, bad. Be honest! Hey! You know what, I can give you suggestions and see what happens and work together, by phone or video messaging? Remember 6 foot rule! Food Pantries helping those in need, packaging products, delivering them. Food companies that keep live product moving. It’s cleaned, packaged, delivered to stores.
“We the people” for some reason have the inquenity, imagination, fortitude, courage to say “I can do that”. Once we see or hear “I can do that”, and before you know it, supplies, products, etc, get moving to those in need.
“We the people” have pulled together to make the necessities needed to keep our country safe. Keep product moving. BRAVO!
Wait a minute what about robots? I know they are designed to do multiple tasks. Do you think they could help out? Could they manage to handle items that are too contagious for humans to handle?
My brain is on a roll! Thank you for reading!
Have a great day! Hope Information is from many sources newspapers, TV broadcasts, websites. Clip Art & photos from Bing.com We are the champions song by Queen, found on YouTube.com
Hope: Here we go again! Abby: It’s suppose to be a day of friendly chatter. Hope: And look what’s happening. Abby: Gossiping about nothing. Hope: I hope someone is taking notes. Abby: Hope you are the only person that would think of that. Are you kidding? Hope: Just had to add a little “bonker” stuff to this blog!
This little guy is so ugly, he’s cute. AKA bekantan in a specific country. I’m an Old World arboreal with a large nose. Where can you find me? If I tell you, you will guess right away. I can co-exist with Bornean orangutan.
What is it? I’m native to Caribbean Islands, Central America, and South America. I’m a flowering vine.
Hope: Mabel I have a question for you. Mabel: No problem! What’s up? Hope: Do you ever feel like your brain is like a sieve? Mabel: Are you kidding me? No way! I can remember what I ate for breakfast when I was ten years old. Hope: What a hypermnesia memory you have? Mabel: That morning I woke up, brushed my teeth, combed my hair, then went to the kitchen and my mom was cooking – etc, etc, etc. Hope: Okay Mabel. I got the idea.
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