Sun­day’s Horo­scope

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - ARTS & LIFE - GE­OR­GIA NICOLS

MOON ALERT: Avoid shop­ping or mak­ing im­por­tant de­ci­sions all day. The moon is in Leo. ARIES (March 21-April 19) This is a poor day for dis­cus­sions about pol­i­tics, re­li­gion or racial is­sues, or prac­ti­cally any­thing, for that mat­ter. Con­fu­sion is ram­pant. De­ceit is pos­si­ble and things can go to hell in a hand­bas­ket in 20 sec­onds. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Do not make im­por­tant fi­nan­cial de­ci­sions, es­pe­cially about shared prop­erty, in­her­i­tances, taxes, debt or any­thing you own jointly with oth­ers. Things are not quite what they seem. You might not have all the facts. Or they might be er­ro­neous. Or some­one could be ly­ing to you. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Re­la­tion­ships with part­ners and close friends might suf­fer be­cause one or both par­ties feel in­ad­e­quate, dis­trust­ing and in­se­cure. That’s be­cause peo­ple are eas­ily dis­cour­aged and not will­ing to reach out or go more than half­way. CAN­CER (June 21-July 22) Don’t beat your­self up if you feel too tired to work or ac­com­plish what­ever tasks you wish to do. Fuzzy Nep­tune is block­ing the en­ergy of the sun, which cre­ates a funny ideal­ism but also cre­ates con­fu­sion and lethargy. Oy vey. So much work, so lit­tle time. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You might be dis­ap­pointed in a ro­man­tic part­ner. There’s a good chance this dis­ap­point­ment is be­cause of un­ex­pressed ex­pec­ta­tions. Oth­ers can­not read your mind, and if you are not clear about what you ex­pect, it’s point­less to blame them, isn’t it? VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Post­pone im­por­tant fam­ily dis­cus­sions for another day be­cause your con­ver­sa­tions will be listless, cir­cu­lar and anti-pro­duc­tive. Some­one might cry wolf. Some­one might cry croc­o­dile tears. Peo­ple might be hon­est, or not. Just move on. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) You might spend a lot of time day­dream­ing on soar­ing flights of fancy. Pur­suits that of­fer men­tal es­capism will ap­peal. Def­i­nitely a good day to read fic­tion and drift off into nev­ern­ever land. Don’t be dis­cour­aged when talk­ing to sib­lings and rel­a­tives. It’s just what is. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) This is a poor day to make im­por­tant fi­nan­cial de­ci­sions. For starters, you could be the vic­tim of a de­cep­tion or you might not have all the facts. You might also have pie-in-the-sky think­ing and base your de­ci­sions upon what you wish would be the case as op­posed to re­al­ity. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) You might feel tired or dis­cour­aged. Your en­ergy level is lower than usual. That’s why this is the per­fect time to take the day off and take it easy. Even your self-con­fi­dence seems to be low. (Like, what’s with that?) This is par for this day. No wor­ries. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) This is the kind of day where peo­ple might say some­thing that con­firms your worst fears, es­pe­cially about a fault you think you have. (“Oh no. Ev­ery­one knows.”) Capri­corns are per­fec­tion­ists. Lighten up. This is an im­per­fect world full of im­per­fect peo­ple eat­ing fast food with trans fats. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) When deal­ing with oth­ers, es­pe­cially in a group sit­u­a­tion, if you think some­thing fishy is go­ing on, it is. Peo­ple are def­i­nitely not straight shoot­ers. Au con­traire. They are hiding the truth or play­ing fast and loose with it. Be care­ful. Trust your gut in­stincts and make im­por­tant de­ci­sions tomorrow. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Con­ver­sa­tions with au­thor­ity fig­ures — par­ents, bosses, teach­ers, VIPs and the po­lice — are not to be trusted. There­fore, avoid th­ese if you can be­cause all con­ver­sa­tions are rife with con­fu­sion and mis­un­der­stand­ings. TO­DAY’S BIRTH­DAY Ac­tor/writer/di­rec­tor/co­me­dian Stephen Mer­chant (1974) shares your birth­day. You are en­er­getic and phys­i­cal in your ap­proach to life. You’re quick to de­fend your point of view and you never shy away from a fight. You are lively and fun-lov­ing and yet you seek soli­tude. Fam­ily and friends know you are loyal. A ma­jor change will take place this year, per­haps as sig­nif­i­cant as some­thing that oc­curred around 2004.

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