Were you born on a Monday?

family, mother goose

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If you were born on a Monday, celebrate your “birth day” today!

Mondays child is fair of face,

What does “fair of face” mean?

Attractive face. (primarily female directed compliment.)   from wiki.answers.com

Don’t know what day you were born on?  Check out this link to read the whole Mother Goose poem and calculate the day of the week you were born.

http://www.bethanyroberts.com/MondaysChildIsFairofFace.htm

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8 Responses to Were you born on a Monday?

  1. yellowcat says:

    I used to have underwear with those sayings on them. I always thought they were strange.

  2. Expressmom says:

    Umm… Hubby & both kids= born on Tuesday. (full of grace)
    Me= born on Wednesday. (woe)

    😦

    • Oh Expressmom…did you read the descriptions below the poem. Your full of woe means…

      You are a serious person, and try to change things that seem unfair. You make the world a better place.

      Sounds perfect!

      • Expressmom says:

        Ohh… totally missed that part.
        I am the “Justice Police.” My kids say that all the time! It’s all about equality over here at the North Pole!
        So, in that case:
        Yay for a woeful me!

  3. I just want to say for the record, I am a Thursday’s child Techy. Thanks for the interesting thought!

  4. My gran used to sing that to us all the time when we were kids! Brings back so many memories.
    xx

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