Dallas Voice (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 20, No. 45, Ed. 1 Friday, March 12, 2004 Page: 59 of 72
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PISCES Feb 20-Mar 20
Your feminine side is emerging, which may
make you feel a bit more uncomfortable than
usual. Don't be your worst enemy — thinking
things through may only take you out of the
game. You need to know when to leave well
ARIES Mar 21-Apr 20
Avoid taking yourself too seriously this week.
You have a tendency to work yourself into the
ground. Are you a conscientious worker or a
workaholic? Lighten up. Pay close attention to
an important relationship —you may be in
way over your head.
TAURUS Apr 21-May 21
It's time to take a softer approach in express-
ing your love and appreciation for someone
you care for. Avoiding any problems that are
on the front burner will not make them go
away. Take a deep breath and jump in — the
resolution will be easier than expected.
GEMINI May 22-Jun 21
Your financial situation seems to be steadying
this week and will remain so for at least the
next several months. Build a solid foundation
now — you can never be too sure of what the
future holds. If you're feeling restless and
bored, go do something new.
CANCER Jun 22-Jul 23
If you are bursting with energy this week, take
the opportunity to get some fresh air and exer-
cise. If you are trying to break free of a diffi-
cult relationship or habit, a close friend may be
able to help. Changes may be difficult to face,
but will be best in the long run.
LEO Jul 24-Aug 23
This week is not time to be taking major risks
with a primary relationship. Any changes must
be made slowly, keeping in mind the feelings
of others involved. You are experiencing feel-
ings of contentment that signal everything is
well, in spite of contrary evidence.
VIRGO Aug 24-Sep 23
Some surprisingly good advice concerning
money is coming your way from a close
friend. A conservative approach is best, and
investments should be thought through thor-
oughly. Taking time for yourself will help to
you unwind and put things in perspective.
LIBRA Sep 24-Qct 23
You are in a great mood this week, and can
remain so if you look on the bright side of
what is really quite a wonderful life. Use your
wit and charm on those stick-in-the-mud folks
who always want to play it safe and rarely
have much fun.
SCORPIO Oct 24-Nov 22
Work is a major concern this week. Organize
and delegate more than usual — you'll be sur-
prised how quickly goals are accomplished. If
you are overwhelmed by choices regarding a
purchase, sleep on it first. It's time for intro-
spection and much needed rest.
Use your creativity to solve problems that you
would usually put off to the side. By the
week's end you may feel quite secure and suc-
cessful in your present quest to provide the
best use of your resources. You may get caught
up in a project and lose all sense of time.
CAPRICORN Dec 22-Jan 20
Any connections you make in your love rela-
tionship will reflect the interconnection you
have cultivated within yourself. Take a leader-
ship role where money matters are concerned.
You may not know what is best, but you know
enough to bring about success.
AQUARIUS Jan 21-Feb 19
Are you suddenly being drawn into an unusu-
al relationship? Pay attention to your intuition,
particularly where love is concerned. Don't act
out of ego if you expect to get anywhere. You
will emerge victorious in a situation due to
your ability to reason things through.
Singer-actress Liza Minnelli turns
58 on March 12. The daughter of
gay fave Judy Garland, Minneiii
herself became an icon in the
community due primarily to her
Oscar-winning performance in
"Cabaret" and her short-lived mar-
riage to queer entertainer Peter
BIRTHDAYS THIS WEEK
You are able to handle almost
anything life may throw at you in
the way of surprises. You tend to
put a lot of faith in those you
love, and it can be quite a shock
when they let you down. Keep
your self-esteem intact.
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