Monday's child


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Monday’s child

fair of face. [Nurs. Rhyme: Opie, 309]
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Amanda, of Barrow, Cumbria, said her children's personalities are reflected in Monday's Child, which starts: "Monday's child is fair of face."
Spot the change: Monday's child is fair of face, Tuesday's child is full of grace, Wednesday's child is loving and giving, Thursday's child works hard for a living, Friday's child is full of woe, Saturday's child has far to go, And the child born on the Sabbath day is bonny, blithe, good and gay.
I was born on a Monday, and Monday's child is fair of face, or so they say.
Monday's child has a great sense of humour, is destined to do well, to always land on his or her feet, to be the sort of person others might try to copy, but this is a true original!
MONDAY'S CHILD by LOUISE BAGSHAWE (Headline, pounds 12.99)
In the poem, Monday's Child, what is Wednesday's child full of?
Monday's child has breadth of vision, perhaps rather an intuitive soul who seems to be able to second guess other folk's plans and motives.
Monday's child is fair of face - Karen, 34, said: "Definitely true in Jason's case.
According to the nursery rhyme Monday's Child, what does Saturday's Child do?
Monday's child is very persuasive, good at convincing others that his or her ideas will work and good at currying the favour of the decision makers generally.
According to the nursery rhyme, Monday's Child, what does Saturday's Child do?
Monday's child is restless, playful, likes to socialise and be in the company of lively characters.