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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Your Horoscope For Free

Swami Maria is in the house! Despite my other dubious talents, I decided to take up astrology when I discovered Lady Gaga and I shared the same birthday.

How the heck did she get so famous while I mire in obscurity? The truth was out there and I looked under every rock to get to the bottom of this inequity.

While I was at it, I went ahead and divined your horoscope charts too. Go over to Samhain Publishing and see how I did.

Did I nail your personality? 

Okay, so I had a bit of fun. I promise, if I got it wrong, I'll give up astrology. ;-) Stop by Samhain and tell me your sign.

Update: The Samhain blog is a little fickle--or it could be my browser. The way to see previous comments over there is to click on the Preview tab in the Comments area.

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Thanks!

14 comments:

Renee Miller said...

Well, some (like Kurt) might say your Aquarius horoscope is chillingly accurate.

"Aquarius: Aquarians like to get naked. Often they have deep philosophical discussions, pondering the meaning of life, the universe and everything. Almost always that discussion is held with a potted plant or an invisible friend. Aquarians are fun loving free spirits. If you see a phone number scrawled on a bathroom wall, it most likely belongs to an Aquarius. For a good time, call an Aquarius. That’s why they left their number."

I had to change my phone number several times. I really wish people would stop writing it in random stalls.

Maria Zannini said...

Renee: Are you sure it wasn't your invisible friend leaving your phone number everywhere? :grin:

Swami Maria strikes again.

Dru said...

The horoscope today for Pisces was a bit accurate at least for me. We do tend to have our heads up in the clouds which is why our memories

Maria Zannini said...

Dru: Whaddya think? Maybe I should take up astrology. LOL.

Falen (Sarah Ahiers) said...

i'm popping over right now

Linda Leszczuk said...

That was fun. Left my 'accuracy' comment over there. Tried voting from another computer but I can't tell if that works or not.

Dru said...

see, I didn't even finish my comment. My memory is going.

Maria Zannini said...

Sarah: I saw you over there, nekkid girl.

Linda: I think the site would tell you if you didn't get in.

PS Don't play all innocent with me. I have a feeling several bars in your hometown have your picture posted. :grin:

Dru: I thought you did it on purpose! LOL!

Grandpa said...

Just been to Samhain (what is Samhain?) to read your almost perfect descriptions of us Virgoans. They call us perfectionists. I am hardworking, but not so sure if I'm generous. AS for my desk I needn't worry, Grandma who's a Pisces will be right over to mess it up again

Maria Zannini said...

Hi Grandpa!
Samhain is a publisher primarily of romance.

Ref: ...almost perfect descriptions of us Virgoans.

Hmm...I might need to make a career choice. LOL.

Thanks for popping in. Please watch out for Grandma. Remember, she knows all your secrets--and is not afraid to use them.

--well, at least that's what I tell my husband. :)

Renee Miller said...

The only imaginary friend I had as a child was a sock. A grey sock with no face. Just a sock. How's that for imagination. So, he couldn't have left my number...he's been lost for a long time. :(

There are those voices that keep me up at night, distract me when people are talking--I bet they're leaving my number in random bathroom stalls. Buggers.

FYI: Although I like to be naked, once you become 'Mom' there's rarely opportunity for that sort of thing. Poor me. The neighbors are happy that it stopped though. If I'd stop putting my leaves on their yard, maybe they'll talk to me again,

Maria Zannini said...

Renee: Just think of all the conversation starters you've given your neighbors over the years.

Renee Miller said...

You have no idea. Between dogs escaping, me yelling and cursing at them through the neighbors' backyards and my colorful language on a quiet summer's day when the windows are open and Kurt pisses me off...yes, they've got lots to talk about.

Let's not forget the lively debates we have over whether I should rake leaves that don't have my name on them. Here's how it went, "Hey, Renee, your leaves blew onto my lawn. You should rake them so they don't all blow over here."

"Um, my leaves? Really? Tell you what, you put the ones with my name on them back over on my yard."

"I raked my leaves. Those are YOURS."

"No. See, the wind is usually blowing the opposite direction, so every day YOUR leaves are blowing on my lawn, so this is karma saying that YOU should rake your f'ing leaves. Thanks."

We won't go into the dog poop debates. I prefer to mulch it, he thinks I should garbage it. Bagging dog poop releases harmful gases and I was told that you shouldn't do that. He's all like "It stinks." and I'm all like, "You stink."

Okay, so I went into it. I'm rambling. Really, I'm a great neighbor.

Maria Zannini said...

Renee:

Ref: Really, I'm a great neighbor.

A colorful neighbor anyway. :grin: