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Sagittarius Horoscope for Tomorrow
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Sagittarius are outgoing and love to communicate. They love humor and have a great joy for life. Like the Aries, Sagittarius is optimistic and approaches life with a positive attitude. Unlike Aries, they are far less childlike. Sagittarians look for deep emotional and spiritual fulfillment. While they are adventurous, they want those adventures to take them someplace important. This is why tomorrow’s Sagittarius horoscope can be deceiving. The internal depth of the sign mitigates against a mere surface view of any given day. Sagittarians would be wise to consider an accurate and complete astrological report. This drive for meaning causes the Sagittarius to lose interest in superficial things. This tends to make him or her inconsistent in action. If an action isn’t fulfilling, they will drop it as soon as possible.
Sagittarius is the ninth of the Zodiac horoscope signs. It is a cardinal fire sign and overlays those born between November 22nd and December 31st. Its symbol is the Archer, its stone is turquoise and its ruling planet is Jupiter. The sign for Sagittarius is often depicted as the Centaur, half man and half horse. This is appropriate as the Sagittarius has a dual nature, civilized and wild at the same time. Sagittarians crave stability while also being drawn to the independence and freedom of the wilderness. There is a wild side to the Sagittarius that isn’t always visible to the casual observer. But, once you get to know a Sag, you’ll get the opportunity to see both sides, the black and white, the today and tomorrow.
The sign of Sagittarius has often been considered lucky because the optimism, independence and vibrant personality of Sagittarians often draws luck to them. They also have a spiritual turn of mind that draws them toward luck and is an expression of that need for meaning in their lives. The Sagittarius isn’t content with simply taking the world as it appears and assuming that is all there is.
It was a usual morning. Forty-
I sat at one of the barely clean tables with a cup of coffee in one hand and the newspaper in the other, awaiting the arrival of my cheese omelet and toast. A word to the wise, never order bacon, ham or any other breakfast meat at a greasy spoon. Why? Because that’s where the grease comes from. Besides, it all tastes like a rarely cleaned griddle anyway, and that includes the eggs. At least the used food taste of a cheese omelet can be disguised by the liberal use of Tabasco sauce.
Flipping through the paper I noticed the astrological section down in the right hand corner and looked up my Sagittarius horoscope for tomorrow.
“Sagittarius: Keep an eye out for problems with communication and scheduling. You might need to take some drastic action to meet your deadlines. Don’t expect everything to fall into place and there may be some people problems as well. But don’t worry, your innate kindness will show through. You have the opportunity to change your life for the better, today. And that tall dark stranger is just around the corner.”
I guffawed as the waitress put my cheese omelet on the table. I looked up into her round, late twenties gum chewing face and asked, “Can you believe this nonsense?”
A slight frown creased her forehead, “What?”
“My tomorrow’s horoscope, I mean listen. It says I’ll have problems with communication and scheduling. Who doesn’t have that? I’ll need drastic action to meet deadlines. What deadlines? There’ll be people problems, no kidding? Welcome to life. Then they throw in that little morsel about kindness, just to keep things positive, and polish off with the world’s oldest cliché, I’ll meet a tall dark stranger. What hogwash!”
She smiled and said, “I’m a Gemini.” Apparently, everything I’d said had just gone right past her.
“Well, good for you darling.”
She then wandered off in search of another customer as I liberally applied Tabasco to my omelet.
After breakfast, I paid the bill and made my way out into the parking lot. A quick look at my watch said I had twenty minutes to get to work. I climbed into my car, started it up and began backing out of the parking space. I was almost out when the car stalled and refused to start.
I was futilely cranking the ignition when a horn blasted in my left ear. I turned my head to see the grill of a gigantic SUV filling my driver’s side window.
I opened the car door and squeezed my way out between my car and the SUV grill. A gray haired woman stuck her head out of the truck window and shouted, “Move. You’re in my way.”
“Sorry, car stalled.” I replied.
“Well, move it! I mean today not tomorrow.”
“I’d like to, but that’s not possible at the moment.”
Another horn sounded from behind her.
She opened her door, leaned out and shouted behind, “Knock it off. I’m dealing with an idiot.”
I guessed that the idiot was me.
It took a good five of my precious minutes and the intervention of two passersby to get everyone calmed down and backed up in search of other parking spaces. As the dust settled, I pulled out my phone to call work, which was when I discovered that it had been turned off. There was also a missed call notice. A quick check showed that it was my boss. Things were going from bad to worse.
I punched call back and waited for the heavens to fall.
The voice on the other end wasn’t at all happy, “Where the hell are you?”
“My car broke down; I’ll be in as soon as I get a tow truck.”
“You should have been here an hour ago.”
“The meeting was moved up, you knew that.”
“No, I didn’t.”
“My secretary sent you a message last night.”
I bit my lip, realizing that I hadn’t checked my text messages yet. “I’ll be in as quick as I can.”
“I don’t care how you get here, just get here fast.”
“Right, I’m on my way.”
It was another half hour before the tow truck showed up and another fifteen minutes to get the car on the flatbed. I was almost an hour late by the time the truck driver gave me a ride to my office through the morning traffic, so much for my horoscope reading.
A block away from my office I mumbled a quick “thank you,” bounded out of the cab and ran down the street toward my building. I approached the final turn to the entrance, bolted around the corner and smashed straight into a woman carrying an armload of books. We both went down on the sidewalk and sat staring at each other. Then I jumped up, helped her to her feet and started collecting up the books while sputtering out an apology.
“You must be in a hurry,” she said.
“Yea, my car broke down and I’m late for a meeting on a million dollar account.”
“Then get going. I can pick up the books.”
I handed her the books and for the first time stopped being frazzled enough to get a good look at her face. She smiled and said, “You’re very kind.”
All of a sudden being late no longer mattered, I was looking into the face of a goddess with raven black hair and deep brown eyes. She was my height and could look me in the eye. This was one beautiful tall dark stranger.
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