Horoscope, Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Winter’s Last Breath Why do zebras have stripes? New research into the question suggests that among other benefits, black-and-white striped fur is a deterrent to bloodsucking, disease-carrying horseflies. On winter’s last day, you may marvel at the complexities of your own evolution and pat yourself on the back for all of the problems that adaptation […]

Horoscope, Monday, March 18, 2013

The Gabby Gemini Moon The relief that comes from Mercury’s direct status and the moon in Gemini (one of Mercury’s favorites) will inspire conversations today and tomorrow. The less talkative among us will have just as much to share. The line between sharing and over-sharing will be blurred, and most people don’t mind knowing a […]

Kelly Wheeler

Dec. 24, 1959 — March 12, 2013 An inspiration to us all, Kelly Wheeler passed away peacefully at home in Cameron Park, Calif., with friends and family at her side. It was important to Kelly, as she strove to be able to see her young son reach his 18th birthday and to graduate from high […]

Mary Ellen Bosworth

Oct. 30, 1917 — March 13, 2013 On March 13, 2013, Mary Ellen Bosworth passed peacefully from our world. She was cherished and loved by many. She was 95 years old. She was the first daughter of Florence and Harry Osmond. She was born on Oct. 30, 1917, in Dayton, Ohio. Her family moved to […]

Joseph Omer Earnshaw

May 19, 1936 — March 12, 2013 Joseph Omer Earnshaw, 76, has gone on to be with his gracious heavenly father. After a long and courageous battle with all the challenges diabetes brought to his life, Joe faced his final match and bowed out of this world in just the way he wished; peacefully and […]

Horoscope, Sunday, March 17, 2013

Luck o’ the Mercury As any good art director knows, much depends on how you frame things. Mercury has been moving backward in Pisces, encouraging us to envision the past differently and find a helpful, empowering viewpoint. Now Mercury punctuates the Irish celebration of luck and life by ending his retrograde and moving forward in […]

Horoscope, Saturday, March 16, 2013

Countdown to Mercury Direct Do you feel like you’ve learned something about how to communicate effectively with the people in your world? Some of them have been more difficult than others in the past few weeks. Reflect on the lessons learned. This is the final day of the first Mercury retrograde cycle of the year. […]

Horoscope, Friday, March 15, 2013

Mars Equalizes Giving and Getting Next week, Mars and Uranus align to throw a few wildcards into the mix. But right now, things are marching along in a more or less expected way. The need for dependable companionship is highlighted tonight. Share loyal and supportive words wherever you can. We all have a need for […]

Edith J. Classen

Oct. 27, 1919 — March 7, 2013 Edith was born in Aberdeen, Scotland; moved to Canada, where she lived for five years; then moved to Anaheim, Calif. Her final days were spent at Western Slope. She is survived by her daughter-in-law, Georgia Classen; grandchildren, Ron Florence, Jane Hall, Gordon Florence, Sandy Florence, Christine Fortin and […]

William “Bill” Tomlinson

Jan. 21, 1942 — March 1, 2013 It is with great sadness that the family of William Frank “Bill” Tomlinson announces his sudden passing on Friday, March 1, 2013, in Placerville, Calif. Bill suffered a massive heart attack and went to be with the Lord quickly. A memorial service and celebration of Bill’s life will […]

Cassey Lafazan

July 28, 1959 — March 9, 2013 Cassey Lafazan, born July 28, 1959, went to Heaven March 9, 2013. Love to our darling girl, wife, mother, daughter and best friend. She was a good sport and a great dancer and is now dancing with the angels. We will miss her and love her with all […]

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