Uxbridge Gazette - - LEISURE - Justin Toper

CAPRI­CORN DE­CEM­BER 22 - JAN­UARY 20 Christmas will be a ver­i­ta­ble feast, pos­si­bly the grand­est yet. Af­ter which, your ca­pac­ity to seize the mo­ment re­ally is some­thing to boast about. A se­ries of amaz­ing as­pects to the Sun in Capri­corn this com­ing week will force you to com­pletely re­vise your plans. If only you were that or­ga­nized. AQUAR­IUS JAN­UARY 21 - FE­BRU­ARY 19 In­vari­ably Christmas is a turn off. This time you don’t in­tend to go easy on the par­ty­ing or so­cial­iz­ing, and that oth­ers will ob­ses­sively fol­low you around. There is some pri­vate busi­ness which is caus­ing you some anx­i­ety. What tran­spires this week will leave you re­lieved, and melt the freeze. PISCES FE­BRU­ARY 20 - MARCH 20 Not the most en­ter­tain­ing Christmas Now, it is time to get the party started. Bril­liant as­pects to Mars and Nep­tune in Pisces this week de­notes a mix­ture of the an­gelic and the id­i­otic, where friends are con­cerned. All good fun, un­less you hap­pen not to be in on the joke. ARIES MARCH 21 - APRIL 20 The fes­tiv­i­ties will be far from se­date, ex­tro­vert that you are. Nor will you be ex­actly shy or so­cially in­fe­rior this week. Mod­esty doesn’t suit you. Brag­ging rights are at stake, and it’ a mis­take to let oth­ers take the credit. What oc­curs is a real hon­our. Bagged your­self a prize. TAU­RUS APRIL 21 - MAY 21 Christmas is usu­ally over­rated and over­priced. This one be­ing the ex­cep­tion, es­pe­cially if you are at the des­ti­na­tion of your choice. There is so much ac­tiv­ity tak­ing place at a dis­tance this week. Lit­tle elves have a habit of shelv­ing their plans. What is hap­pen­ing on these shores is be­wil­der­ing. GEM­INI MAY 22 - JUNE 21 Has this been the loveli­est Christmas? More in­ter­est from the op­po­site sex, and from your in­ner­most cir­cle. Now it’s back to busi­ness, which sounds like a crash­ing bore. There is no cash cri­sis. No longer skat­ing on thin ice. This week could con­found your ex­pec­ta­tions, and erad­i­cate all your debts. CANCER JUNE 22 - JULY 22 This was the most peace­ful and rest­ful Christmas you have ex­pe­ri­enced in a while. Alas, oth­ers are not feel­ing quite as blessed, and are more stressed than usual. Quite hon­estly, you must make close per­sonal re­la­tion­ships a pri­or­ity this week. See this as an op­por­tu­nity for a com­pletely fresh start. LEO JULY 23 - AU­GUST 22 You have got into the Christmas spirit al­right. A bit of flirt­ing un­der the mistle­toe, or some­thing twice as em­bar­rass­ing. Nor is it ex­actly a grotto in the work­place this week, and you could turn pale at the thought. In fact, you will surely ben­e­fit, even with­out a sea­son break. VIRGO AU­GUST 23 - SEPTEM­BER 22 Ev­ery­thing went fine this Yule­tide, which may have come as a re­lief. The real pan­tomime be­gins this week, and some­times it sucks. More so, if you are love struck, damn fool that you are. In re­al­ity, some sen­sa­tional plan­e­tary ac­tiv­ity, in­clud­ing Thurs­day’s New Moon de­notes a time of eye­wa­ter­ing ex­pe­ri­ences. LI­BRA SEPTEM­BER 23 - OC­TO­BER 23 The ro­mance of Christmas is alive and well, and don’t you feel spe­cial. There is room for im­prove­ment as you are about to dis­cover. A home-wrecker you are not. Just that some fam­i­lies are blessed, yours is some­thing else. Se­ri­ously, there will still be time to join in the cel­e­bra­tions. SCOR­PIO OC­TO­BER 24 - NOVEM­BER 22 Christmas may have been idyl­lic, and a time for re­flec­tion. How­ever, this week is likely to fre­netic and chaotic, noth­ing to do with the traf­fic. Not even you could have pre­dicted all this tur­bu­lence. Where is good king Wences­las when you need him? Ex­cept, the mag­i­cal bit is to come. SAGIT­TAR­IUS NOVEM­BER 23 - DE­CEM­BER 21 Best Christmas ever may be stretch­ing it too far. Just as com­mer­cial as usual, and you are now fac­ing a per­sonal. credit crunch. How­ever, your au­da­cious Sagit­tar­ius good for­tune has not de­serted you. In fact, what is jointly pro­posed this week is quite sump­tu­ous, and the out­look is sud­denly rosy.

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