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ARIES (March 21-April 19): Do your own thing. Bring about the changes necessary to make you happy or to reach your goals. Set your standards high and strive to maintain the lifestyle you want. Determination can overpower pressure and bullying by others.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): You may be eager to pursue your creative interests, but taking on too much or making promises you cannot keep will cut into your ability to accomplish what you desire most. Organization and preparation will be essential. Love is on the rise.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Read between the lines and ask questions if you think someone may not be telling you the truth. An introspective approach will work better than overreacting. Refrain from being tempted by products that promise the impossible.

CANCER (June 21-July 22): You are the one holding everything together. Home, family and finding creative solutions for the ones you love will help you gain respect and keep you at the pulse of what's going on around you. Self-improvement will lead to compliments.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Financial matters are best dealt with creatively. Invest in something that interests you but also has a seal of approval from those you love or partner with. Knowing your limitations and staying within your means will be critical to your success.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Do what you can for others, but not at the expense of missing out on something that means a lot to you. Time management will make the difference between success and failure. You can make a difference and reach your goals.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): A career move may be within reach, but proceed with caution. Get whatever is being offered in writing. Someone is likely to glorify a position in order to grab your interest. Don't feel the need to make an impulsive move.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Consider your options. Stick to what you know and don't take on something that has the potential to take up too much time. A conservative approach when dealing with others will save you from making a promise you'll regret. Romance is highlighted.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Listen carefully; there will be an emotional undertone to what's being said. Doing things on a large scale will grab attention, but it will also lead to stress. Control your need to push things to the limit.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Share thoughts, but don't be too quick to jump into something without researching. There is money to be made, but only if you don't take unnecessary risks. Focus on partnerships, but don't allow your feelings to lead you down a dubious path.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): You'll be given plenty of options and opportunities regarding work-related matters. Consider getting into a partnership with someone you feel can complement your talents. Be careful to draw up a game plan that specifies responsibilities before moving forward.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Money matters will have to be taken care of before you move on to more enjoyable pastimes. Self-improvement projects will pay off. An investment, settlement, inheritance, winning or some other financial gain is apparent. Celebrate your good fortune with someone you love.

Reconsidered Eulogies:

• Let us remember Andrew for what he gave to the world: a new, legally mandated warning on ALL toasters, cucumbers, and tubs of Vaseline.

• Andrew touched so many of us. So … so many of us. After this morning’s service, HR representatives will be available to take your statements.

• And so, as we say goodbye to Mr. Juhl, we say hello to the incredibly sexy and newly single former Mrs. Juhl. HOT DAMN, SHE LOOKS GOOD IN BLACK, DOESN’T SHE?

• *Sniff* And … now, here’s *sniff* John, with the … *sniff* Channel 3 Doppler 4 Accu-Weather Five-Day Forecast.

• Charles Bukowski wrote “Find what you love, and let it kill you.” It took Andrew more than 30 years, but he finally found what he loved: riding unicycles while juggling flaming machetes. And so, it came as quite some shock when he fell from that water tower.

• I can’t help but feel partially responsible for Andrew’s death. *I* invited him on that hunting trip. *I* sent him into that tree stand. *I* shot him in the back, then texted his wife, “It is done, my Love.” But alas, as times goes by, we learn not to blame ourselves.

• One could say, a little piece of Andrew remains in all of us. Well, all of us who ate the *hors d’oeuvres* passed at wake, anyway.

Andrew R. Juhl needs more bed before he becomes more morbid.

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