Worth it.

That’s what peo­ple say. The only prob­lem with Blund­stone boots is that they never seem to wear out. Oh, peo­ple try. But af­ter a few years of kick­ing the be­jeez out of them, they’re more com­fort­able than ever and still go­ing strong. Ex­pen­sive? Nope, they

The Georgia Straight - - Horoscope - By

ORose Mar­cus SEPTEM­BER 27 TO OC­TO­BER 3, 2018

ne thing leads to an­other. Through the end of the month, the stars keep the daily get-go run­ning along a rel­a­tively smooth track. The Li­bra sun, in trine as­pect to Mars in Aquar­ius on Thurs­day, keeps the stim­u­lus in good sup­ply, the con­ver­sa­tion and the con­nec­tion in good flow, and the money chang­ing hands.

Fri­day evening, the moon in Taurus favours good food, date night, and re­lax­ation. Satur­day, the Gemini moon is in the mood for some­thing more so­cial, ac­tive, or en­ter­tain­ing. Sun­day con­tin­ues the trend.

Pluto in Capricorn ends its yearly five-month ret­ro­grade tour on Sun­day night. We’ll feel this tran­sit as a take-shape, ce­ment­ing in­flu­ence. Pluto direct also gets to work to get it un­der bet­ter con­trol and to build it bet­ter.

No longer out of bounds (ex­treme lat­i­tude) but still on high stakes, Mars in Aquar­ius con­tin­ues to keep the so­cial and po­lit­i­cal ac­tion stirred up. It has been a con­trib­u­tor to the re­cent weather ex­tremes, too. Since mid-may, Mars has been keep­ing it edgy, un­cer­tain, and stress­ful. Now on the last third of its tour through Aquar­ius, Mars hits its most pro­lific full-steam-ahead, des­tinyin-the-mak­ing peak, favour­ing all ini­tia­tives di­rected to­ward break­ing new ground, find­ing higher ground, and per­sonal, pro­fes­sional, and lifestyle rein­ven­tion.

Next Fri­day, Venus be­gins a sixweek ret­ro­grade tour. Dredg­ing up un­re­solved emo­tions and sub­con­scious con­tent, Venus ret­ro­grade is an im­por­tant re­assess­ment, reeval­u­a­tion tran­sit re­gard­ing re­la­tion­ships, money, and sur­vival is­sues. Both Mars and Venus have been set­ting the karmic stage for some time now. Do not down­play what you feel, what you hear, what you see.

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