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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Day 7- Zodiac

Day 7- My zodiac sign and if I think it fits my personality.

Okay. Blue will be the definition and red will be what I think.

April 20 - May 20

Taurus, the second sign of the zodiac, is all about reward. Unlike the Aries love of the game, Taurus loves the rewards of the game.
Well, gosh, that's a little awkward. Think physical pleasures and material goods, for those born under this sign revel in delicious excess. They are also a tactile lot, enjoying a tender, even sensual, touch. Yep, if you know me, you know it's ALL about the texture.Taurus adores comfort and likes being surrounded by pleasing, soothing things.Give me my blankie and a good pillow and I'm a happy camper. Along these lines, they also favor a good meal and a fine wine. Good food is wonderful. I hate wine with a flaming passion, so no, not really. The good life in all its guises, whether it's the arts or art of their own making (yes, these folks are artistic as well), is heaven on Earth to the Taurus-born. I guess I'm kind of artsy. I revel in music. Is that accurate?

It's the Bull that serves as the Taurus's mascot, and along with that comes the expectation that these folks are bull-headed and stubborn.
SHUT UP MIKE. Yes, they are. Hey, this sign has a Fixed Quality attached to it after all, so expect that things will occasionally grind to a halt. That said, Taurus doesnÕt start out with the intention of getting stuck. I'm actually quite flexible. They simply want to get things done, and it's that steady, dogged persistence that winds up being viewed as stubbornness. Bulls are actually among the most practical and reliable members of the zodiac, and they are happy to plod along, as it were, in pursuit of their goals. I am practical somewhat but I'm also optimistic, dammit! The good news for Bulls is that once they get to the finish line, they'll swaddle themselves in material goods. JERK. A self-indulgent beast? Perhaps, but if you toiled as laboriously as these folks do, you'd need some goodies, too.

Taurus is ruled by Venus, a lovely goddess who didn't deny herself many things. In ancient Roman mythology, Venus was the Goddess of Love, Beauty and Pleasure, and Taurus has pretty much taken up where she left off. Bulls are fond of all things pretty, whether it's in their home, at a museum or on the stage.
This is painfully accurate. Aesthetics are, well, beautiful. Mad Men and Carnivale, wot? Life as one sweet pas de deux is how the Taurus-born like it. To onlookers, this may look like so much materialism and blessed excess, but Bulls really aren't interested in living without beauty in their lives. Beauty to the Bull also comes in the way of a happy home life, one that includes a partner and a stable relationship.This is soooo true about me.

Taurus values harmony in their personal lives, so they'll work hard on keeping their mate happy.
No, I like making HIM work to be happy.The Bull's penchant for sensual pleasures, of course, can only help things along! I'm not even gonna comment on this. Bulls can also be the sappiest of sentimentalists.*hangs head* Will all this overweening attention to their mate turn a Bull into a possessive mess? Probably not, although these folks do have to manage their tendency to latch on a bit tight. *whips out handcuffs*At the end of the day, however, TaurusÕs are true romantics and loyal to the core. Agreed.

The Element associated with Taurus is Earth. No pie-in-the-sky for these practical folks, since they'd much rather be on terra firma. Bulls tend toward conservatism
(a phrase I use frequently), and this is often seen in their day-to-day behavior. No far-out schemes (that's Air) or shrieking ultimatums (more like Fire) this part is less than accurate, I've been known to scream ultimatums, obscenities and all sorts of fun things here. Taurus much prefers to take each day slowly and steadily and work toward their ultimate goal. Along these lines, those born under this sign are happy to stick with their projects until they have reached a successful conclusion. hmphThey are also extremely patient and dependable along the way. Does that sound earthy enough? The only kink in this well-oiled chain is the heckler in the gallery that tries to upbraid the Bull. These folks may not have a hair-trigger temper, but it's short enough.This is straight up true. You fuck with me, I'm pretty aggressive. Bulls in a hissy fit can get pretty argumentative, but eventually they'll calm down and come back to center, since these folks would much rather be Zen. True. You can talk me down.The Earth in this sign does tend to act as a balancing mechanism so that things never get truly out of hand. For every one person who considers the Bull a pain, there are two who will say 'No way!' and happily take the Taurus' gentle charms any day.

Seeing as how Bulls are generally strong and well-built, it's no surprise that these folks enjoy testing their strength on the field of play. Expect to find a Bull engaged in a spirited game of hoops or mountain climbing. Hiking is also a favorite pastime, since it keeps Taurus close to their beloved earth. Indoor adventures are also favored by Bulls, which is why the opera or ballet is right up a Taurus's alley. When it comes to love, the Taurus-born are devoted, romantic and somewhat possessive. Their sensual nature has a way of erasing any mistakes! Since Taurus rules the neck and throat, Bulls would be wise to keep a silky scarf at hand, ideally in a warm (and soothing) earth tone.I like this paragraph, except I'm more a book reader than a contest participator. Also, I looooove scarves.

The great strength of Taurus is in their stability, loyalty and dogged determination. Bulls want to get the job done, and they will. What better way to get the riches they so fervently crave?

So, there are obviously aspects that do and aspects that do not match my personality from the Taurus horoscope. Since I generally don't believe in horoscopes, it's neither here nor there to me, but analyzing was extremely entertaining

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