"Freedom, high-day! High-day, freedom! Freedom!"
Shakespeare's The Tempest [II.ii.88]
Sagittarius: I've had a receding hairline since High School. Not news. Add to that the myth I've always subscribed to, about hair being a recessive gene and to look at the mother's father for guidelines. That means I'll have a crown of gray, violently curly hair. I'm prepared for that. Mentally, you know.
I was thinking because, holiday and all, it's family time, and what with the approaching new year, I was trying to find a good way to describe what's cooking in Sagittarius. In our milieu. Standing in line at the grocery store, I noticed a magazine, and the alluring cover included the headline, "Change your hair style, change your life." I haven't changed my hair style in several years. Maybe 20 or more, and perhaps this is the year to change that.
Now. The only change I can make, though, is to shave it all off. While that's appealing from a maintenance standpoint, I'm unsure I could really hang with that style. I'd rather hold onto the few shards and thin strands that I still have. However, to be honest, I thought about the shaving thing.
Bald. Would that change my life? I'm not sure. Time to think about a sweeping change in your life, now. Time to act on it? Wait. Happy birthday!
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Capricorn: Panic. I hit the panic button, in as much as I have one. If I were a different gender, or if I subscribed to certain ideologies, I would've been eating chocolate. By the bucketful. We all have different methods for dealing with tension, pressure and panic situations.
I had, what to me, was a panic a situation. The internet died on me. I could see my neighbor's wireless net, but it was password protected, no one was home, and I couldn't borrow a cup of bandwidth. Next action? Dig out the cable bill. I checked the dates. No, I was paid up. More or less. The next payment hadn't gone out, but it was scheduled. I had enough in the bank to cover it, well, barely, but still.