David Wells

The Journal (Newcastle, England), October 15, 2010 | Go to article overview

David Wells


The course of true love never runs smoothly, to truly know someone there are likely to be moments when you don't agree but you can find a compromise and ending the week as you began means working towards just that.

You can choose to keep an argument going by providing it with fuel or you can decide enough is enough and take away the air, take away the words that have been feeding it. Silence won't be easy, but it will be worth it Taurus.

Being in a place where you really can't be bothered seeing anyone or having a chat on the phone is rarer than hens teeth for you but it looks as if you're in that place. For ten minutes. There you are, so what's today's decision? Mars is asking you make this a weekend to remember and if you're single Venus is suggesting on Monday you might want to forget it, all sounds marvellous to me. For some work and pleasure are mixing, for once no bad thing.

The easiest way to deal with some people is to let them keep on going and even when you really wish they would shut up you know that by allowing them the space they will trip themselves up eventually. This weekend they do.

Not everything in life costs a fortune, a walk in the park, a stroll around a museum or knitting a winter coat out of the dog's fur? Come on Virgo, the can't afford it excuse isn't working, someone wants to see your shiny little face. Not me.

A great weekend for some hokey-cokey and getting your left leg in, out, in out and shake it all about; find out what it's all about Libra as the Moon encourages you to make new friends. …

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