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I was born on a Friday, my daughter was born on a Saturday (it was almost Sunday though).
What day of the week were you born on?
I was born on a Sunday, which confused me mightily when I learned the rhyme that begins, “Monday’s child is fair of face…” The rhyme presumes that Sunday is the Sabbath, but not where I come from.
My husband and son were both born on a Friday. “Friday’s child is loving and giving.” Absolutely.
“Tuesday’s child is full of grace.” Not hardly!!!!!
I am a Wednesday’s child, and apparently quite woeful.
I had to look it up on line, but I was born on a Monday – and I might argue about the “fair of face”.
Bev, “full of grace” probably refers to an inner grace as opposed to coordination. LOL
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