Posted by Bob on January 23, 2007
In Reply to: Far to go? posted by pamela on January 22, 2007
: : : I learned a little song as a child that began
: : : Monday's child is fair of face
: : : Tuesday's child is full of grace
: : : I can't remember the rest.
: : I can.
: : Monday's child is fair of face,
: : Tuesday's child is full of grace,
: : Wednesday's child is full of woe,
: : Thursday's child has far to go.
: : Friday's child is loving and giving,
: : Saturday's child works hard for a living,
: : But the child born on the Sabbath Day,
: : Is fair and wise and good and gay.
: : By the way, the fastest way to search for a quote is to enter it into Google. If you had typed the first line of this Mother Goose rhyme into Google, you would have found the source ... 897,000 times over.
: I HATED this poem as a child because I was born on a Wednesday, and thought that everyone except me got something good ("Works hard for a living" didn't sound like anything bad back then). But now I'm wondering what "far to go" means - "will travel" or "bit of a dud - needs improvement"? Pamela
That's just like somebody full of woe....