If you are in the South you make sure you get you some good ole Greens and Black Eyed Peas. Why? According to About.com it’s “the first food to be eaten on New Year’s Day for luck and prosperity throughout the year ahead.” Wikipedia says, “The traditional meal also includes collard, turnip, or mustard greens, … More The Southern New Year
Re-blogged from Wordsmith’s Desk Luck is a very familiar word to all and used in many forms. We wish someone “good luck” as much as say “hello.” We hear the phrase, we use the phrase and “Good luck” becomes a conditioned response. Faith, too, is a familiar word. it is used by many to express … More Luck?