Baltimore Sun - - ENTERTAINMENT - 21-April 19 20-May 20 21-June 20 21-July 22 23-Aug. 22 23-Sept. 22 23-Oct. 22 23-Nov. 21 22-Dec. 21 22-Jan. 19 20-Feb. 18 19-March 20 — Tri­bune Me­dia Ser­vices

An in­vi­ta­tion to an event filled with fun and games might land on your doorstep. If you dis­play a friendly face you are likely to make new friends. In­vite peo­ple out for the af­ter­noon or to your home for a snack.

You may de­serve re­spect from your peers. Show­ing com­pas­sion for oth­ers, how­ever, is its own re­ward and re­quires no ac­knowl­edg­ment. Dis­play a kind­hearted spirit and then you can re­spect your­self.

Don’t jump the gun. You may re­act too quickly to a per­ceived threat. A key re­la­tion­ship doesn’t need de­fend­ing; it needs ten­der lov­ing care. Fo­cus your thoughts on long-term re­sults and achiev­ing per­ma­nent har­mony.

Make a fa­vor­able im­pres­sion on loved ones and friends by be­ing sym­pa­thetic rather than ap­a­thetic. A fleet­ing ag­gra­va­tion could cause you to take a quick ac­tion that might be re­gret­ted at a later date.

Don’t look a gift horse in the mouth. A horse’s age is seen by look­ing at his teeth and an old horse might be quite ser­vice­able. An un­ex­pected gift or present might drop in your lap that you should ac­cept with gra­cious­ness.

Be kind when you un­wind this week­end. Pay at­ten­tion to the wants and needs of fam­ily mem­bers even if you are tired out. Give a pat on the back to those who have earned it or look up an old pal to rem­i­nisce.

Your re­ac­tion times could be too acute for your own good. When op­por­tu­nity knocks, it ex­pects some­one to come to the door as soon as pos­si­ble. When some­one ar­gues, you might mis­take that for an op­por­tu­nity. Stand out in the mar­ket­place. Peo­ple will find your ob­jec­tiv­ity, prac­ti­cal­ity and shrewd­ness highly at­trac­tive. You will win loy­alty by us­ing pol­ished man­ners that make peo­ple feel com­fort­able in your pres­ence.

Take the leisurely route. Your mon­e­tary re­sources can end up on a roller­coaster ride if you dip into sav­ings. You may be big-hearted and sym­pa­thetic to­ward oth­ers, but you could take more risks than nec­es­sary.

Keep the safety on if the fin­ger is at­tracted to the trig­ger. Avoid show­downs and con­fronta­tions. Loved ones or busi­ness con­tacts could be ob­sti­nate or ir­ri­tat­ing. Strive to main­tain your bal­ance when un­der fire.

Fads fade like fire­flies. Con­cen­trate on own­ing the things that will en­dure over time. You may be briefly in­ter­ested in some­thing very new and un­usual or meet some­one who in­vig­o­rates your think­ing pro­cesses.

Give and give in. It is dif­fi­cult to say no when some­one’s per­sua­sive ap­peal is turned up high. Your in­tu­itions are height­ened, so you will know when there is a gen­uine need that must be ad­dressed and honored. Main­tain a low pro­file for the next four to six weeks. Your re­sis­tance to a sales pitch is low and your busi­ness sense is out of kil­ter, so you could make fi­nan­cial de­ci­sions you might re­gret later. You may be in­spired to be more spir­i­tual in De­cem­ber but pos­sess a sound prac­ti­cal sense at the same time. That is a good time to make ma­jor changes in your rou­tines that can im­prove your health or to take steps to make your fond­est dreams come true. Wait un­til Jan­uary to make a job change or cru­cial fi­nan­cial de­ci­sion or to im­ple­ment busi­ness ideas. In Jan­uary and Fe­bru­ary you are at your most at­trac­tive, so this is an ex­cel­lent time to find a soul mate or to make a cru­cial ro­man­tic com­mit­ment.

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