Horoscopes: Loving Bravely. Right?

Pisces (2/19 – 3/20):  I spend a lot of time 

Aries (3/21 - 4/19):  


Taurus (4/20 – 5/20):  

Gemini (5/21 - 6/21): 

Cancer (6/22 – 7/21):  

Leo (7/23 – 8/22)

Virgo (8/23 – 9/22):  


Libra (9/23 – 10/22):  

Scorpio (10/23 – 11/21):  

Sagittarius (11/22 – 12/21)

Capricorn (12/22 - 1/19):   You know how when a pet dies, there's a period of mourning, but people pretty quickly start asking, "are you going to get another dog?"  You aren't ready, you know you aren't, but then an animal shows up in your life and it's your new pet?  (Exactly the same with loved ones.  You're never ready, and then, whoa, the heart expands.)  So, there was a t-shirt on the road that we all loved because it moved around ever-so-slightly every few days, sometimes looking like a possum, sometimes like a shirt, and some days, unclear.  I dunno why we became so fond of it, because after all, it was just an abandoned t-shirt.  But then it disappeared because someone cleaned the road up, and we were inexplicably sad.  We've wondered, privately, "will there ever be another t-shirt? Could we love it the way we loved that first one?" Guess what, Cap?  There's a blue glove on the road now.  I think we can love it, because that's how love goes.  You love something, it disappears, something new shows up.  There's always more.    

Aquarius (1/20-2/18): I learned about a new kind of quack massage therapy that sounds pretty easy, "Bowen therapy" where you draw a circle on someone's back and then leave the room for 5 or 10 minutes to check FB or play sudoku while their "experience is integrated."  You do that a few times and call it good. Kind of like "I draw the keyhole" without all the running about.  It's not very tiring at all for the therapist, I hear.   But Aquarius, it's not about the easy road.  Life is about rowing the boat, actually choosing things, putting effort into them.  That's where the goodness comes from.

Bonus (Alive now):  What do you think of creating a parade called The March of the Vegetables?  Would that make you weep in the very best way?  LMK!

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Comments

  1. I'm curious about the blue glove on the road.
    Is it Lefty or is it Mr Right?

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    1. That's a very good question! I'll check it out tomorrow.

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  2. It's very telling that the only way we can bypass the foreign et cetera is with the Yiddish yadda yadda yadda.

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  3. As an inside voiced Leo I particularly enjoyed my personal horoscope. I learned a new word, Priii, and had the idea enforced that if you hang around with a bunch of people long enough you will start to actually like them. Well, most of them anyway.

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    1. Yes, familiarity breeds acceptance, I think.

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  4. I did have a nice birthday, thanks, and I think I WILL start a newspaper this week, seeing as our local paper couldn't figure out how to deliver to us even after several serious conversations (we have only lived here for 28 years, and taken the paper for 25 of those). Then, as soon as I successfully got us taken off the list, they wanted to know if we wanted a 3 month subscription at a "special" rate. MY newspaper would get delivered to me, at least. Oh god, I'm turning into not just a complainy person, but an OLD complainy person.

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    1. Happy birthday indeed! Is complainy the way of the future for all of us? Arrgh. I'm going to do my best. Get the discounted newspaper! See if they can find your house. :-)

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    2. Been there, done that, they couldn't ... and we didn't like paying for something we weren't getting! But henceforth I will try not to be complainy about it.

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  5. Admin, if not okay please remove!

    Our facebook group “selfless” is spending this month spreading awareness on prostate cancer & research with a custom t-shirt design. Purchase proceeds will go to cancer.org, as listed on the shirt and shirt design.

    www.teespring.com/prostate-cancer-research

    Thanks

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  6. Do you think Bowen therapy would work for having babies? Although if you drew a circle on your hand, it would REALLY HURT A LOT.

    And BTW-the last post from Armin Mia-check it out. A place to get your next t-shirt maybe.

    XX Beth

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