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Flower Lore:

The day you find the first flower of the spring season can be used as an omen:

Monday means good fortune,

Tuesday means greatest attempts will be successful,

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Wednesday means marriage,

Thursday means warning of small profits,

Friday means wealth,

Saturday means misfortune,

Sunday means excellent luck for weeks.

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