I was born in the Year of the Dragon. This is a very good year to be born in. My friend, Zompus, has had the lucky trifecta of his wife giving birth to their first son this past month. He is Chinese and the only son in the family. So, first grandson by only son in the Year of the Dragon. That’s like Red Envelope gold. Seriously, he couldn’t have planned it better. I congratulate him regularly. He’s also a great guy so…he’s got that going for him. :::grins:::
Now, Dragons are supposedly a rare bunch although we do seem to congregate amongst ourselves. We seem to seek one another out. It’s odd if a Dragon doesn’t have another close Dragon friend. We also like Bunnies.
When Dragon Year rolls around, there are certain things I like to get. Okay, things I really want. This time around, those things are two Dragon Year bears.
My Dragon year is now complete. Well, except for that tat I’m getting this Saturday but we’ll see how that goes. :::winks:::
6 thoughts on “Year of the Dragon”
A tat! I wish……..am unable to do it, but fantasize. Here in Florida is truly the Land of the Tattoos. Seriously. Hope to see your tattoo on this page. Today is my birthday — year of the Ox.
Happy Birthday! WOOOOOOOOT! ::::cheers you on::::
I’ll show you all once it’s healed a bit. 😀
Ooh, can’t wait to see it!! Super exciting. I always wanted one, just don’t know what I want to have for always. 🙂
Heh… I can’t wait to see it too. Rob’s designing it. This lack of control thing is scary.
Wow!! That makes you even more brave in my book! That lack of control would drive me bonkers. Super exciting though 🙂
We talked about it. I wear all my own art and Rob’s been itching to put his art on me for years. So… I said yes. Shoulda seen his face.