Happy Chinese New Year- The Year of the “Sheep”

Happy Chinese New Year. I wanted to wait for Feb 19th 2015 to post my first blog in The New Year. What better day than Chinese New year-The year of the sheep. I’m a sheep. This is my year. In my head I’m thinking to myself,Finally. As my 3 year custody battle divorce is now final.I feel great about the future I have ahead of me with my children. Today was a great day for me.New beginnings. I have acquired the domain right for this blog that has helped me tell my story to all of you. This year I’m excited to continue to share my journey with you. As I continue to navigate through life raising my children as a singe mother and co-parenting with a narcissist while trying to pursue love and my happiness. I wish everyone a Happy New Year & Chinese New Year/New Year. May all your dreams,wishs come true.

What does the year look like for the sheep?
Year Of The Sheep 2015 Meaning Profile, Traits and Predictions

The year 2015 is going to be an exciting year – more specifically to individuals who fall under The Year of the Sheep – it is THEIR year! In accordance to the Chinese calendar and meaning, the Year of the Sheep 2015 dates starts from February 19 2015 up to February 7 2016. The 2015 Year of the Sheep falls under the element of Wood.

Under the influence of the element Wood, the sheep is a witty individual who is very thoughtful and is mindful to other’s wishing. He is generous, sentimental and has high moral in life. He completely trusts those people who inspire him.

Lucky numbers for someone who is born under The Year Of The Sheep are red, green and purple. Their lucky flowers are carnation and primrose. The auspicious directions for those who are born under the Year of the Sheep are South, East and Southeast.

I’m excited about 2015: Who knows what it will bring,but I feel blessed to have made it this far despite all of the obstacle put in front of me. God bless you.Until the next time…… #2015Theyearofthesheep

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