No kidding? I didn't know that. Makes sense though. Adam, thank you so much for all your encouragement as I try to get back to my routine after my exhausting, but interesting trip. There has been too, too much to do! Yikes!
That is an interesting bit of trivia. I enjoy learning about these things. Thank you!
Didn't know this. So much to learn about etymology.
There must be one for Good Star !
Cool - funny how we now look at falling stars as a sign to make a wish.
Really ? I did not know this.
"The fault, Horatio, lies not in our stars."
Nature has signals for everything... like take now for example - in recent weeks we've had quakes and floods in all parts of the world announcing some horrid upcoming hapennings in the society - maybe some nasty development if USA again put their ugly paws into Russia's business in Europe...
From disaster to wish, go figure
Very interesting!! I didn´t know the meaning. In Spanish is "desastre" I guess it has the same origin ( astre means star) and des- is the contrary of something. Kisses:)
A new one for me
I wonder why we all started "making a wish" when we saw a falling star began?
Cool fact of the day.
maybe a falling comet isn't a good thing!
Great, I didn't know the meaning at all. www.saucysiciliana.blogspot.com
Another interesting post.
I wonder how you gather all this information.Greetings,Filip
I didn't knew that. Happy weekend Adam! Lucy www.tpinkcarpet.com
I never knew that!
I wonder what city that is in your photograph. That city sure looks like it's suffered a disaster.