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ARIES (March 21-April 19): Communication will help define what you want and what you will receive. It's important to be precise to avoid misunderstanding. Love is highlighted, along with improvements that will boost your ego, enabling you to present a perfect picture.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Learning something new will help you find ways to use your skills more diversely. Spreading out and manipulating your services to fit a wider variety of needs in your community will ensure a stable financial position.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Don't raise suspicion or create a situation that will cause problems for you at home or in a partnership. You are best to keep what you think, feel, and plan to do out in the open if you don't want to harm your reputation.

CANCER (June 21-July 22): Your ability to adapt to whatever situation or challenge you face will determine how far you get. An opportunity to partner with someone you have worked with in the past will enable you to focus on obtaining greater status.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Pick up a new interest or sign up to learn something that will help further your goals. Don't sit idly waiting for others to pass you by. Take the initiative, and do whatever it takes to stand out.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Keep your thoughts and feelings to yourself. You don't want to start something you cannot finish. Concentrate on meeting new people and visiting places you've never been before. You need to stimulate your senses and rejuvenate.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Do something nice for a loved one. Participating in activities that will help you improve mentally, physically, or emotionally will leave you better prepared to take care of pressing personal matters that are holding you back. Love is in the stars.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Be receptive to what others offer, but be wary of what's expected in return. You can test the waters, but only if you ask questions and stay abreast of what everyone else is contributing. Keeping things fair will be necessary.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Keep your emotions hidden until you know where you stand. Too much talk may mislead someone who is undecided about something that is important to you. Don't argue when you should be compromising. Make love, not war.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Put more time and effort into your home, surroundings, and personal relationships. You will be criticized if you are emotionally neglectful. An unexpected change will hit you hard, adding to your responsibilities if you take someone for granted.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Consider what you have to offer, and find an outlet for a service that can bring in a little extra cash. A change will do you good and spark some interesting ideas that can be turned into a worthwhile venture. Love is highlighted.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Listen carefully to what's being said. An emotional matter left unattended will lead to responsibilities that will be restrictive. Don't try to replace what doesn't need to be fixed. Focus on updating what you already have in place.

 

 

 

 


More Literature-Theme Parties:

• Václav Havel Party: Everyone at the party is a colleague from your anxiety-inducing bureaucratic job. They drink too much coffee and exposit endlessly on the nature of morality. You initiate a casual sexual affair purely to get away from the constant speeches. A curious sense of déjà vu hounds you throughout the process.

• Oscar Wilde Party:
All your guests spout witty epigrams and wear expensive clothing. You resolve that the only thing worse than getting soused with cheap punch is not getting soused with cheap punch. In the morning you're fine, but the portrait up in the attic has a hangover so epic it dares not speak its name.

• James Joyce Party: nother party all corkscrewin' able this gorram brickabrack thing but where oh she's goter infulminable shouldn'ta ticky too maybe just a glass o'er once this oily sheen left and right white ceilling blanks but none too waltzy also yes largely derp

• Samuel Beckett Party: Halfway into the party, a legless man and his servant show up for no reason. They proceed to beat each other with slabs of meat. Two guests, wearing bowler hats, wait for the pizza-delivery guy. He never comes.

• H.P. Lovecraft Party: That one relative you've always hated makes an appearance at the party, their stark and eldritch form issuing hideous pseudopods which profusely and obscenely grasp at the biscuits. As the mere presence of their illimitable cosmic evil taunts you, from their many squamous mouths comes again and again that hoarse and mocking cry: Is there any more beer? You scrawl down a convoluted account of your experiences on a napkin and go insane.

— Andrew R. Juhl thanks Han Kauppila for collaborating on today's Ledge.













 
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