Saturday, December 23, 2006

A break from Christmas Cheer

Name the planets--without looking them up. Winner gets... kudos :)



This is Venus, my ruling planet--who else looks up their stars for the coming year?



Here's mine for the week from FreeWill--awesome :)


Taurus Horoscope for week of December 21, 2006
Verticle Oracle card Taurus (April 20-May 20)
Happy Holy Daze, Taurus! I've been meditating on the perfect holiday gift for you. What item might inspire you to take maximum advantage of the cosmic currents in 2007? I've decided on Winning With Integrity: Getting What You're Worth Without Selling Your Soul, a book by sports agent Leigh Steinberg. It'll help you be both smart and heartful as you navigate your way through the negotiations you'll be called on to do in the coming months. Here's a taste of Steinberg's advice. (1) Align yourself with people who share your values. (2) Learn all you can about the other party. (3) Create a climate of cooperation, not conflict. (4) Learn to listen. (5) Convince the other party you have an option, even if you don't.


PS. Loreth's contest is AWESOME for readers or writers... And it ends on Christmas Day. Still time....

4 comments:

  1. Um, Planet Hollywood?

    Mars, Saturn, Neptune, Earth, Jupiter, Uranus, Venus, Mercury

    And I don't care what they say ...

    Pluto!

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  2. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune & (for old time's sake) Pluto.

    I have some stupid rhyme in my head, that's how I remember.

    Don't follow my stars although I am a classic Gemini.

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  3. Did you know Pluto is still classified as a planet, just not a LARGE planet.
    And I'm a Virgo, I already know I'm a type A. Hahahaha! But the FREEWILL place said I should honor honey.Ooooookay.

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  4. LOL--Brandy is correct. BUT.

    It's a but with no answer. There are again officially eight planets with PLUTO being classed as a dwarf planet. The BUT is there are also two other classified dwarf planets CERES(also a small town in Fife) and ERIS beyond PLUTO.

    I can't wait to teach my kids astronomy (not).

    And if you are into the Nat Geo, check out the website and see some gorgeous winter wildlife shots..
    http://www.nationalgeographic.com/index.html

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