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Horoscopes for Nov. 30, 2012

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From page A9 | November 30, 2012 |

Don’t be surprised if you start thinking of going home and putting on your pajamas in the middle of the day. A cozy Friday in your own abode may seem massively appealing as the moon relaxes at home in Cancer. And don’t worry. If you decide that tea and television trumps champagne and a dance floor, you probably won’t miss out on a thing.

ARIES (March 21-April 19). Comfort and weakness are linked. You don’t want to be so focused on maintaining a certain comfort level that you find it difficult to make decisions based on your values. Prefer comfort, but don’t require it.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Your desires intersect with the needs of another, and the result is a moment you’ll look back on and deem “perfect.” It will feel as though a plan (that you never made) is coming together.

GEMINI (May 21-June 21). With your guiding planet, Mercury, now direct, you’re a master communicator. You have a variety of ways to send and receive messages, including via your thoughts.

CANCER (June 22-July 22). A surge of fresh energy and curiosity puts you in a daring mood. You’re not trying to impress anyone, and yet you can’t help yourself. It’s a natural result of your confidence.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Your strong intentions are a force in the universe. When you want to spend time with someone, you find a way to make it happen no matter how busy you are or what else you have going on.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). A strange turnaround is featured. The very thing you were struggling against suddenly seems to be giving you power. Or maybe you’re just stronger because of the fight.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Your loved ones cherish the acceptance you lavish on them; it’s about as close to unconditional as can be. Love blossoms because everyone feels free to be exactly who they are.

SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Romance is the most complex flavor of love. Sometimes it causes you to run in the opposite direction of the thing you most want. Why? No explanation will satisfy. It is what it is.

SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You’ve held onto a wish even after you stopped actively pursuing it. What you couldn’t seem to make happen by choice will now happen by chance. This is a matter of faith meets excellent timing.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). It takes courage to reveal your heart, but it takes something more than that to keep it to yourself. Strategic self-control is called for. Consider the big picture and the feelings of all involved.

AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Do people know what’s acceptable to you? Maybe you haven’t articulated it even to yourself yet. It would benefit you to draw personal boundaries and then enforce them.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Romantic love is so strange. Sometimes you want it badly and yet, inexplicably, run in the opposite direction. If you are now acting in a way that seems to be the opposite of what you want, consider that you might be in love.

TODAY’S BIRTHDAY. You’ll work more for love than for money. You’ll find projects that challenge you and fit in with your self-improvement goals. Then in February, all bets are off. You’ll be confident, comfortable and committed to making yourself happy – all the while creating more attraction around you. A windfall comes in April. Aquarius and Gemini people adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 4, 14, 39, 2 and 17.

WEEKEND LOVE FORECAST: ARIES: You deserve a partner who can match your enthusiasm. TAURUS: Someone may romanticize the past in an attempt to win you back. GEMINI: You’ll be reminded of a happier time with someone. Why not use the memory as inspiration to create more happy times? CANCER: Don’t be afraid to admit when you don’t know. It’s an opening and a chance to learn. LEO: You’ll be at your best when you have no agenda and a little time to do nothing but goof off. VIRGO: You’re very much in control of your love life. The way you relate to your partner is what keeps the relationship going, or not. LIBRA: One definition of confidence is wanting to be exactly where you are. SCORPIO: Trying to impress your love won’t work. Go the other way. Just make yourself comfortable. SAGITTARIUS: Romance won’t unfold exactly as imagined, but your expectations will be met. CAPRICORN: You have a decision to make, and another person’s life will be affected. Make it quickly so everyone can move on. AQUARIUS: You’ll spend a few minutes with someone who makes a lasting impression. PISCES: Your audacity is as charming as your charm is audacious.

COUPLE OF THE WEEKEND: The Cancer moon and the Sagittarius sun rule the weekend, and so do couples of these signs, though nobody else will know. Cancer and Sagittarius will build their own private world in which to play. It’s a rare moment for these two. With Sagittarius always exploring and Cancer so domestic, they often get too busy doing their own thing to put this kind of luxurious attention into their relationship.

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