Sun­day’s Horo­scope

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - ENTERTAINMENT -

MOON ALERT Avoid shop­ping or mak­ing im­por­tant de­ci­sions from 7:15 a.m. un­til 1:30 p.m. Af­ter that the moon moves from Leo into Virgo. ARIES (March 21-April 19) For the next month, you look great to bosses, VIPs, par­ents and the po­lice. That’s be­cause the sun is at the top of your chart cast­ing you in a flat­ter­ing light. Go af­ter what­ever you want in the com­ing month be­cause peo­ple think you’re great. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Grab ev­ery chance to travel or do some­thing un­usual in the next four-to-six weeks. You want to do un­usual things, meet ex­cit­ing peo­ple and learn some­thing fresh and stim­u­lat­ing. Sign up for cour­ses. Travel, talk to peo­ple from other coun­tries and be a tourist in your own city. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Even play costs money. In fact, play can cost a lot of money if it in­cludes travel and room ser­vice. There­fore, de­spite your urge to play for months to come, in the next six weeks, clean up loose de­tails with red-tape stuff. Be open to dis­cussing val­ues that dif­fer from yours. CAN­CER (June 21-July 22) For the next month, the sun will be op­po­site your sign, which means it’s as far away from you as it gets all year. Since the sun is your source of en­ergy, you will need more sleep. Factoid. You will also be fo­cused on part­ner­ships and close friend­ships. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Now you want to pull your act to­gether so you can take it on the road. Fo­cus on get­ting healthier (buff that bod) and eat­ing well. Give your­self the right tools so that you can make ev­ery­thing run tick­ety boo smooth. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) The next six weeks prom­ise fun and games. Lucky you! You will party, en­joy ro­man­tic adventures, see movies, the­atre and mu­si­cal per­for­mances, plus en­joy sports events, ex­press your cre­ative tal­ents and de­light in play­ful ac­tiv­i­ties with chil­dren. You get all the fun stuff. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) Now your at­ten­tion turns to home, fam­ily and do­mes­tic ac­tiv­i­ties. Many of you will re­dec­o­rate where you live in the next six weeks. This is some­thing you like to do, es­pe­cially if some­one else does the paint­ing and wall­pa­per­ing. Good time to en­ter­tain at home. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You hit the pave­ment run­ning to keep up to your sched­ule for the next six weeks. Fas­ten your seat­belt be­cause your daily pace ac­cel­er­ates with a jam­packed sched­ule of short trips, er­rands, talk­ing to ev­ery­one plus in­creased read­ing and writ­ing. Busy you! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) You’re ac­tive now and have the sup­port from oth­ers, es­pe­cially part­ners. Per­haps this is why you’re fo­cused on earn­ings and cash flow. In the month ahead, look for ways to boost your in­come so that you can buy art and beau­ti­ful things. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) This is the only time all year when the sun is in your sign, which is why the next four weeks are per­fect to recharge your bat­ter­ies for the rest of the year. This also means that you eas­ily at­tract im­por­tant peo­ple to you and favourable cir­cum­stances. Sounds good to me. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Stay in the wings and start to strate­gize what you want your new year (birth­day to birth­day) to be all about. Se­cret love af­fairs are tak­ing place for some of you and travel plans look ex­cit­ing. Mean­while, chances to im­prove your job still ex­ist. Lookin’ good! PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) The next six weeks are beau­ti­fully pop­u­lar for you. You’ll en­joy the com­pany of oth­ers, es­pe­cially cre­ative, artis­tic types. Your sex drive will be hyped and you will en­joy va­ca­tions, fun and games, sports events and warm, play­ful times with chil­dren. Gosh. TO­DAY’S BIRTH­DAY Ac­tor Ralph Fi­ennes (1962) shares your birth­day. You are con­fi­dent and self-as­sured mainly be­cause you do your home­work. You are hard-work­ing and al­ways pre­pared for what­ever you tackle. This is also be­cause you are care­ful, pa­tient and cau­tious. (You in­tend to safe-guard your se­cu­rity.) Nev­er­the­less, when pro­voked, you re­act quickly. This year a ma­jor change will take place, per­haps as sig­nif­i­cant as what oc­curred around 2005.

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