Your I Ching Hexagram for Dec. 29th is 10:Treading Carefully

10: Treading Carefully

Saturday, Dec 29th, 2012






People of ability find their way and make progress even in difficult circumstances. Consider your steps carefully when you are surrounded by changing forces. Weak and strong forces (or people) can co-exist when the weaker element does not impose upon the stronger, when the weaker maintains good humor and avoids taking bold action. When treading among sleeping tigers — or slippery stones — step gingerly and don’t stumble.

In the company of strong, brash people, rushing wildly ahead brings misfortune. Now is not a good time for taking the initiative; rather, try getting by with a little grace and good humor. In the court of a powerful king, the jester often has more power than the prince.


A Laugh A Day ~ The Truth About Cats

The Truth About Cats

  1. There is no snooze button on a cat who wants breakfast.
  2. Thousands of years ago, cats were worshipped as gods. Cats have never forgotten this.
  3. Cats are smarter than dogs. You can’t get eight cats to pull a sled through snow.
  4. In a cat’s eye, all things belong to cats.
  5. As every cat owner knows, nobody owns a cat.
  6. “One cat just leads to another.” — Ernest Hemingway
  7. Dogs come when they’re called; cats take a message and get back to you later.
  8. Cats are rather delicate creatures and they are subject to a good many ailments, but I never heard of one who suffered from insomnia.
  9. People who hate cats, will come back as mice in their next life.
  10. Cats aren’t clean, they’re covered with cat spit.
  11. A dog will jump on your lap because he likes you; a cat will jump on your lap because it’s warmer than the floor.


    Turok’s Cabana

I Have A Question

I would like to ask you a question. I don’t know what your opinion of me is but I do not wish to offend anyone. I am very easy going till made mad. I am a nice person, honest.

I would like to know if the joke I just put on here offends you. Material like that I find funny. I know others might find it offensive. I don’t know how far I can go with you is my point. I don’t want to cross the line. I want to keep the material were you enjoy it. Do you mind just a little adult humor? Nothing nasty like the “f” word, I mean like ass and mild words like that.

The site we use for our jokes had a cute joke I started to use. Then I stopped because I didn’t know how you would feel about it. It showed how to make different butts with your computer keys. Then it had what the butts meant beside them. One of them was a kiss my a** butt and that is what it said out beside it. But I didn’t use it because I want to know how you feel about such material.

I would appreciate your comments about this topic. Do you like strictly clean jokes or do you mind a little mild adult humor every now and then?

Thank you,


Daily Feng Shui Tip for July 14 – ‘Cow Appreciation Day’

Perfect for ‘Cow Appreciation Day,’ there is a symbolic cow in Feng Shui that can generate a ton of appreciation when positioned in any qua that need good energy, fortune and luck. Traditionally, this ‘Wish Fulfilling Cow’ is placed in the Children/Creativity area, but positioning it into any gua that needs to be milked for the excellent energies will grant you loads of luck. The Wish Fulfilling Cow can also be placed in the Family/Friends/Ancestors area since it is also symbolic of good descendant’s luck, wishes fulfilled and excellent fortunes to the whole household. This cow is often found sitting on a bed of coins, signifying that future generations will also be bathed in prosperity. The cow is also an activator of fertility, good harvests, and rewards for hard work, and is said to bring success in business endeavors, exams and investments as well. Milk this symbol for all it’s worth, especially if you want to spend your days dwelling in the lands of milk and honey.

By Ellen Whitehurst for