Omarr’s Weekly Astro­log­i­cal Fore­cast

The Compass - - Sports - WHY SO NEG­A­TIVE? By Ti­mothy E. Parker ACROSS fur­ther ac­count­ing

While you are busy bark­ing up the wrong tree, you might ig­nore all the other trees in the for­est. Sus­pi­cions could get the worst of you or you may be dis­tracted by un­re­al­is­tic goals in the up­com­ing week. TAU­RUS (April 20-May 20): Prac­tice be­ing prac­ti­cal. In the week to come don’t take on ex­tra du­ties or vol­un­teer for more re­spon­si­bil­i­ties than you can han­dle. You may have enough on your plate to do prop­erly with­out invit­ing crit­i­cism.

ARIES (March 21-April 19):

An­chor your feet firmly on the ground and keep your head out of the clouds. You may not be adept at busi­ness af­fairs and could eas­ily be con­fused by un­re­al­is­tic strate­gies. Watch the clock and be on time this week.

GEM­INI (May 21-June 20):

You only get past some­thing if you wait un­til the coast is clear. You might run into a road­block or frus­tra­tions in the first half of the week. You will get more ac­com­plished af­ter the mid­dle of the week is past.

CAN­CER (June 21-July 22):

Use tor­toise tac­tics to tri­umph at the races. Re­mem­ber that the tor­toise beat the hare through sheer tenac­ity. You may find that forc­ing any key is­sue or ini­ti­at­ing a con­fronta­tion can cause trou­ble in the week ahead.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22):

Keep your friends close and en­e­mies closer. You could be in for an un­wanted sur­prise in the week ahead if you ig­nore prob­lems close to home. A part­ner may give you a head’s up about a ben­e­fi­cial fi­nan­cial sit­u­a­tion.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22):

Touch base with the most trust­wor­thy ad­vi­sors. Ask for advice on trou­bling mat­ters be­fore you make a move. You may find in­spi­ra­tion right in your own back­yard and grow closer to a friend in the week ahead.

LI­BRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22):

There is a time and place for ev­ery­thing. A de­sire to be seen as de­pend­able or a pre­oc­cu­pa­tion with pop­u­lar­ity could be a prime mo­ti­vat­ing fac­tor in the week ahead. You risk mak­ing the wrong move at the wrong time.

SCOR­PIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21):

As this week un­folds re­mem­ber to cross your “T”s and dot your “I”s. You may need to be more care­ful and more per­fect than usual. There is a dan­ger of be­ing the sub­ject of dis­ap­proval or caus­ing of­fense.

SAGIT­TAR­IUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21):

If you tell it “like it is” you may be con­sid­ered a Wiz. Your fact check­ing meth­ods and a high de­gree of ac­cu­racy may high­light your ge­nius. Pur­sue friend­ships rather than amorous hookups in the week to come.

CAPRI­CORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):

Pay at­ten­tion to crit­i­cisms. Ac­cept the ne­ces­sity of a few neg­a­tives as a pos­i­tive step in your road to per­fec­tion. Be tol­er­ant of other peo­ple’s opin­ions in the week to come and keep the lines of com­mu­ni­ca­tion fully open.

AQUAR­IUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):

If it isn’t bro­ken don’t fix it. In the week ahead your faulty in­tu­itions may tell you it is time for dras­tic changes. As­sess key sit­u­a­tions at leisure and you will re­al­ize it would be fool­ish to change what is work­ing well.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20):

1 Play­ful mis­chief-maker 6 Monarch’s do­main 11 Dou­ble-staged or dou­ble­cy­cled

19 Tummy prob­lem thought to be caused by worry 20 Har­mon or Dickinson of TV fame

21 Re­view again in depth 22 Some­one not from around here

24 Not ar­ranged in a straight line

25 Be­come more in­clined? 26 Wooden duck, e.g. 28 Frog’s rel­a­tive

29 Do in, as a dragon 30 Spring month

32 Wood or Turner of Hol­ly­wood fame

35 Group of five

38 “Rolling in the Deep” and “Hello” singer

40 Stars and Stripes coun­try 43 Re­sis­tance unit

45 “And now, with­out ___ ...”

46 One re­fus­ing to adapt 50 Me, in France

51 Blood do­na­tion quan­tity 53 Aahs’ part­ners

54 Sell­ers of goods 56 Ghana’s cap­i­tal 58 Clamped on a work­bench 61 Texas-to-Vir­ginia dir. 62 Young’s part­ner in

63 Seats with three legs 65 Not even a sin­gle time 67 Things on bul­letin boards 69 Off­spring of a male don­key and a fe­male horse

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