Omarr’s Weekly As­tro­log­i­cal Fore­cast

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ARIES (Mar 21-Apr. 19):

Don’t rush to judg­ment. It may be bet­ter to hold off on draw­ing any con­clu­sions as you may not yet have all the facts at your dis­posal. Re­main calm in the face of ad­ver­sity as things will quickly im­prove in the week ahead.

TAURUS (Apr. 20-May 20):

Main­tain a united front. Petty squab­bles with those who are on your side may leave you as a solo act if you’re not care­ful. Don’t as­sume that your con­cerns are more im­por­tant than any­one else’s this week.

GEM­INI (May 21-June 20):

Just be­cause they of­fer you Kool-Aid doesn’t mean you have to drink it. Keep in mind that those who are overly op­ti­mistic may make fool­ish or reck­less de­ci­sions. Let com­mon sense be your guide in the week ahead.

CAN­CER (June 21-July 22):

Let them ac­cept you as you are in the up­com­ing week. Some­one who makes you bend over back­wards to please is tak­ing ad­van­tage so draw the line. Your gen­eros­ity should be your choice, not some­one else’s.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22):

Main­tain a mod­icum of mod­er­a­tion. Get­ting too pas­sion­ate or ex­cited over a new in­ter­est may cause you to go over­board so try to keep your wits about you. You may be at­tracted to gaudy or taste­less items this week.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22):

Look be­fore you leap. Stay an­chored in re­al­ity when dis­cussing fu­ture plans as you may agree to do some­thing that is not pos­si­ble. Use logic and com­mon sense this week to avoid wan­der­ing into un­charted wa­ters.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22.):

Grin and bear it. Giv­ing into your ad­ven­tur­ous side may re­sult in a ne­glect of re­spon­si­bil­i­ties. Stick to your rou­tines this week. Mak­ing waves when deal­ing with the sta­tus quo could leave you strug­gling to stay afloat.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21):

Take the high road. You may find that a short-cut takes you the ex­act same place as do­ing it the hard way. Don’t be afraid to ques­tion es­tab­lished norms in the week ahead as there may in­deed be an eas­ier way.

SAGIT­TAR­IUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21):

Bring your A game. Don’t be so over­con­fi­dent this week that you ne­glect to make nec­es­sary prepa­ra­tions for your lat­est en­deavor. As­sum­ing that you know what some­one is think­ing is ask­ing for trou­ble.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19):

Let them down easy. Em­ploy a lit­tle tact when try­ing to show a loved one the er­ror of their ways. Be­ing too blunt could hurt feel­ings this week. Show them that you’re on their side by be­ing help­ful and kind.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):

It may not be worth the risk. Suc­cess­fully tak­ing a chance may yield vast re­wards but there’s no cer­tainty that you won’t fail. Play it safe this week and in­dulge in the many joys of life that cost you noth­ing.

PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20):

Don’t be a rebel with­out a cause. Be­ing ar­gu­men­ta­tive or de­fi­ant sim­ply for the sake of stir­ring things up will get you nowhere. Fo­cus ex­tra en­ergy on be­ing creative rather than try­ing to tear things down this week. 66 Cru­cial pump 68 Least fat

70 Ten­nis shoe parts 73 Words with “one day”

77 “Eat crow” is one 79 Me­dieval strings 81 Raise kin

82 ___ vera

85 Chi­nese dy­nasty 87 Hard seed cover 88 Be a brag­gart 89 Or­ches­trated wed­ding

94 Saturn’s wife 95 Earthly shake 96 In­scripted stone pil­lar

97 Edit­ing mark

98 Be­come milk

100 Avail­able for busi­ness

102 Cu­ri­ous Ge­orge cre­ators

104 Sleep clinic study let­ters

105 Pris­tine

108 Ben­jamin was one

111 Sam­ple check word 113 Vis­i­tors to a manger

116 Criss­cross pat­tern 118 Stop for a bit 120 Anatom­i­cal backs 124 MIT teaches it 128 “Ner­vous” wor­ry­warts

129 Fa­mous pup­peteer Edgar

130 McCarthy’s so­cial­ist tar­get, slangily 131 Cold War lull 132 “Brian’s Song” VIP 133 Ini­tial stages re­jec­tion bad, as Dis­raeli


1 Ex­tinct os­trich kin 2 Jack- in- the- pul­pit fam­ily

3 ___-tat

4 Put in re­serve 5 Dress fin­isher? 6 Happy ___ clam 7 Spurt out

8 Hap­pen again 9 Show opener 10 Ni­chol­son film ti­tle word

11 Turk­ish lord 12 Trans­mit­ted

13 “___ Mia!” 14 An­i­mated mer­maid 15 Corps. rel­a­tives 16 Can­non­balls along 17 Home to Hong Kong

18 Kitty mur­mur 19 North and end­ings

24 From Florence 25 Ge­or­gia city 31 Cer­tain holy man 33 Mi­nor dent 35 Oph­thal­mol­o­gist’s con­cern

36 Imp

37 Camel cousin 38 Con­verted lib­eral 40 War op­po­nent 42 Some deer 44 Foot­note abbr. 45 “Nice!” or “sweet!” 46 Grandma’s nick­name

48 More like a troll 50 Don’s body­guards 51 Ex­pen­di­tures 53 Myth­i­cal lover Dido

54 Like peren­nial all­stars

57 Im­proved, as mus­cles west of 58 Var­nish resin 59 With mul­ti­col­ored skin

65 Curly or Larry 67 Jewish leader 69 Fret­ted in­stru­ment 71 Cash for many 72 Time in the mil­i­tary 74 More ridicu­lous 75 It may be pulled or strained

76 Hold in honor 78 ROY G. BIV, fa­mously

80 Young ver­sion 30-Across

82 Fa­mous cook­ies

83 Arc­tic Euro­pean 84 Es­ti­mat­ing words 86 Slimy stuff

90 “___ never work!” 91 Re­lease

92 Big roll

93 “So Sick” singer ___ of of 99 Ta­pered hanger

101 Ta­ble such

103 Type of col­li­sion 106 Snowy bird

107 Roll out of bed 109 Roam

110 Cer­tain Olympian

112 School hous­ing 113 Fix socks

114 Sailor’s head­ing 115 Hanukkah gift 117 Hair gel smidgens 119 Of­fenses against God

121 Win­ter coat­ing 122 Fit of tem­per 123 Adds cake can­dles 125 Can ma­te­rial, some­times

126 Ru­ral sight

127 Earth-friendly pre­fix frozen linens and Win­ter

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