Friday, April 18, 2014
PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
99 CENTS

Horoscope, Sunday, January 6, 2013

By
From page A12 | January 04, 2013 | Leave Comment

Adventure Time

Venus is in the final degrees of Sagittarius. She becomes a wandering minstrel in this part of the sky, entertaining the heavens with her bawdy songs, never staying long in one place or with one person, moving along to the next town at the first sign of boredom. All of this will change soon, though, so feed your hunger for adventure while you can.

ARIES (March 21-April 19). Big projects will excite you, but don’t let your excitement cause you to rush. Leave a good amount of space between the different stages of work. It will help you to refine and improve as you go.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Someone wants to include you in a clique. It may be enticing, but there are good reasons to resist. For starters, getting too comfortable at this point will stunt your personal and artistic growth.

GEMINI (May 21-June 21). No matter how artistic or creative you consider yourself to be, elements of your environment such as color and lighting will have an enormous effect your mood now. Consider making improvements in these areas.

CANCER (June 22-July 22). You’ll do more than your fair share of the domestic work. Because you keep doing it, it keeps getting left for you to do. So don’t rush to clean up. Give others a chance to pitch in.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Social influence is strong now, and it’s not all bad, either. There are many healthy and beneficial aspects to society. Still, don’t let yourself slip entirely into the “group mind.” Remain uniquely yourself.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Coming together will be a challenge. You may find rather wide gaps between what you want and what your loved ones want. Luckily, these gaps can be closed without compromising your integrity.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You’re afraid of putting your loved ones out, but don’t let loved ones off the hook so easily. Let them give to you. It will strengthen the bond and keep them from taking you for granted.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). The natural nemesis of fire is said to be water. But fire can be put out just as well if covered in earth, and it can’t exist without air. You respect the powers of others. Strength and awareness are related.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Must there always be a winner and a loser? Of course not. Become partners instead of opponents. Band together to find a solution in which both parties will be winners.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Your aesthetic experience will have a strong bearing on your happiness and self-esteem. Beautiful things will happen because you’re willing to put work into making your environment better.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). The drama doesn’t involve you. You’ll feel like you’re getting away with something, but the truth is that you deserve to have your time and energy to yourself. You’ve earned it by staying out of other people’s business.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). It’s wonderful to have a chance to help. Your anonymous and random act of kindness will have no immediate reward, but someday someone will do the same for you.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY (Jan. 6). You have talents and gifts you’re not using. Relationships make you see yourself differently and come more fully to life’s banquet. Finances pick up in the next six weeks. In May, partners contribute to your wealth in more ways than financial. Travel in June pays for itself because you’re so productive afterward. Pisces and Scorpio people adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 3, 1, 7, 38 and 19.

FORECAST FOR THE WEEK AHEAD: Earth’s moon is unique in the solar system. For starters, it’s huge as far as moons go. Most moons are 3/10,000 the mass of the planet they orbit, while our moon is 1/81. Because of its size, the moon makes life on Earth dynamic and varied. Our tilted axis, seasons and tides all work beautifully under the moon’s enormous influence. As we head toward the new moon in Capricorn on Friday, there’s a sense that other things on Earth are working quite well, too. Out of the darkness comes a fresh chance to establish your place in the world.

Early in the week, Mercury, the minister of communication, aligns with Pluto, master of larger issues, unseen forces and the kind of events that shake us to the core. The need to talk about the deeper issues feels urgent, and yet talking may not solve a thing. The practical Capricorn moon takes over, and it becomes clear that it’s better to prove theories by the way you live than to speculate and argue about them. Regardless of our heightened emotional state, it’s truths, facts and actions that will matter.

No more be tears in moon or mist

For thee, sweet sentimentalist. 

— James Joyce

CELEBRITY PROFILES: Comic Capricorn Rowan Atkinson is among Great Britain’s national treasures and a favorite of humor lovers worldwide. Atkinson’s character Mr. Bean is a nearly silent individual challenged by the rigors of daily life. In contrast, Atkins was born under a chatty Gemini moon. His sun and Mercury in Capricorn indicates powerful instincts. His Venus in Sagittarius foretells international appeal.

If you would like to write to Holiday Mathis, please go to www.creators.com and click on “Write the Author” on the Holiday Mathis page, or you may send her a postcard in the mail. To find out more about Holiday Mathis and read her past columns, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com.

LEAVE A COMMENT

Discussion | No comments

.

News

Woman, dog back from Oso

By Wendy Schultz | From Page: A1, 8 Comments | Gallery

 
Goodbye LUPPU, hello LRPU

By Chris Daley | From Page: A1, 4 Comments

 
Past due state taxes bring arrest

By Cole Mayer | From Page: A1, 8 Comments

 
Sanford trial: Prosecution, defense rest

By Cole Mayer | From Page: A1 | Gallery

 
 
DA candidate to remain on ballot

By Dawn Hodson | From Page: A9

Dog talk with Uncle Matty: Benji and the Bickersons

By Matthew Margolis | From Page: A10

 
CPCSD seat unfilled

By Dawn Hodson | From Page: A14, 1 Comment

Lew Uhler backs Ranalli

By News Release | From Page: A14, 6 Comments

 
.

Letters

Evacuation

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A7, 6 Comments

 
District 4 candidate

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A7, 19 Comments

Open meetings

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A7, 6 Comments

 
Volunteers and homeless camps

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A7, 76 Comments

Bicycle events and traffic control

By Letters to the Editor | From Page: A7, 6 Comments

 
.

Sports

Jennings wins national title

By Democrat Staff | From Page: A11, 1 Comment | Gallery

 
Savannah Stephens can swing the bat

By Jerry Heinzer | From Page: A11 | Gallery

King of the West roars into Placerville

By Gary Thomas | From Page: A11

 
First and goal: Bunt etiquette

By Mike Bush | From Page: A11

Oak Ridge suffers tough 2-1 setback

By Mike Bush | From Page: A11

 
Roundup: April 17, 2014

By Democrat Staff | From Page: A12 | Gallery

.

Prospecting

Plantastic sale this Saturday

By Dawn Hodson | From Page: B1 | Gallery

 
Spring art brightens government center

By Democrat Staff | From Page: B2 | Gallery

Things to do: April 18, 2014

By Democrat Calendar | From Page: B2

 
Time out: A grand time at Grand China

By Earle Camembert | From Page: B3 | Gallery

Temple Kol Shalom hosts Passover Seder

By News Release | From Page: B3

 
Student art featured for Third Saturday

By News Release | From Page: B3

Promenade in high style

By Historic Old Sacramento | From Page: B4

 
Sac State Presents ‘Gypsy’

By California State Unversity, Sacramento | From Page: B4

Friday nights are engaging at the de Young

By Fine Arts | From Page: B5

 
See what is inside the vault

By Center For Sacramento History | From Page: B6

Eggstravaganza

By Fairytale Town | From Page: B6

 
Hats On For the Kids raises money for children

By Democrat Staff | From Page: B6

Gallery tips a hat to Dr. Seuss

By Democrat Staff | From Page: B7

 
Museum presents ‘Diesel Days’

By California State Railroad Museum | From Page: B7

Engagement: Adam Frega and Wednesday Bienusa

By Democrat Staff | From Page: B8

 
Duty: Air Force Airman Brian Polk

By Democrat Staff | From Page: B8

Cal Stage presents a season of challenging productions

By California Stage | From Page: B8

 
Duty: Army Pfc. Kyle W. Beasy

By Democrat Staff | From Page: B8

KVIE calls for artists

By Kvie | From Page: B9

 
A Couple of Blaguards tell tales

By Harris Center for the Arts | From Page: B9

America’s ClayFest II celebrates a rich history

By Blue Line Arts | From Page: B14

 
Fine Arts Museums feature two shows

By Fine Arts | From Page: B15

See wildflowers on train ride

By Railtown | From Page: B15

 
Easter at Northstar is family friendly

By Northstar California | From Page: B15

.

Essentials

Crime Log: March 28-30

By Cole Mayer | From Page: A2

 
.

Obituaries

Frank “Bud” Kraus Jr.

By Contributor | From Page: A2

 
Roy Cluness Chaix

By Contributor | From Page: A2

Frederick Wilbur Heymann

By Contributor | From Page: A2

 
Arthur W. Cornell

By Contributor | From Page: A2

.

Real Estate

Faster sales with spring staging

By Ken Calhoon | From Page: HS4

 
Coldwell Banker outsells the competition

Press Release | From Page: HS7

Handsome Redmond suits modern families

Press Release | From Page: HS11

 
Growing your own

By Marni Jameson | From Page: HS14

 
Fraud workshop scheduled

Press Release | From Page: HS21

HCD launches assistance program

Press Release | From Page: HS22, 1 Comment

 
EZ Mortgages Inc. opens Placerville office

By News Release | From Page: HS22, 2 Comments

.

Comics

TV Listings

By Contributor | From Page: A13

 
Sudoku

By Contributor | From Page: A13

Speed Bump

By Contributor | From Page: A13

 
Working It Out

By Contributor | From Page: A13

Shoe

By Contributor | From Page: A13

 
Rubes

By Contributor | From Page: A13

Tundra

By Contributor | From Page: A13

 
Horoscope, Saturday, April 19, 2014

By Contributor | From Page: A14

Horoscope, Friday, April 18, 2104

By Contributor | From Page: A14

 
New York Times Crossword

By Contributor | From Page: A14

Horoscope, Sunday, April 20, 2014

By Contributor | From Page: A14

 
.

Home Source

Faster sales with spring staging

By Ken Calhoon | From Page: HS4

Coldwell Banker outsells the competition

Press Release | From Page: HS7

Handsome Redmond suits modern families

Press Release | From Page: HS11

Growing your own

By Marni Jameson | From Page: HS14

Fraud workshop scheduled

Press Release | From Page: HS21

HCD launches assistance program

Press Release | From Page: HS22, 1 Comment

EZ Mortgages Inc. opens Placerville office

By News Release | From Page: HS22, 2 Comments