Depending on who you ask, 2008 is either going to suck or be fabulous for Virgos, of which I am one. Good thing horoscopes are all based on the notion that the heavenly bodies revolve around the Earth, right?
OK, I'm a little nervous.
The stars as they align for eAstrolog.com suggest I might have a stormy January with my boss. We've been on pretty easy seas of late. He didn't even flinch when I floated the idea of advertising a serious medical conference with a parody of the Operation Game. It got shot down by the internal client.
He's even over the Sinus Envy incident, so I hope there are not, uh, creative differences on the horizon.
Uranus is in the HOUSE!
eAstrolog suggests that what with Uranus in my house of marriage I need to tread lightly on that front, and Pluto could really exacerbate the situation. Does it matter that it's not a planet any more?
Iloveindia.com forecasts a friendlier 2008 for we Virgos and notes, we are not very talkative and stand away from the crowd. That seems to fit me about like my INFJ profile from the nice folks at Myers-Briggs.
ILI's forecast continues: " Virgos live in the real world. They neither daydream, nor wish on stars." Gotta love that irony! ;-)
Maybe given eAstrolog's prediction of marriage tumult I should go against ILI's suggestion of Virgo's: "You wont see them shouting 'I Love You' from the rooftop.'" Christine might appreciate that gesture. She's been asking for an inspection of the gutters anyway, so I'll have the ladder out soon.
Maybe Astrology.com's prediction is the one I should go with: "The focus for Virgo, this year, is on developing creative endeavors to better serve mankind as a whole. "
I can get behind that, and their suggestion that I'll flourish with beauty and creativity.
Maybe you chart your course not by the influence of the stars but by the application of your own imagination and determination.
I think that's how I'll focus on 2008 since I can't really control which house Jupiter is in or anything.
(Clipart from: Astrology Weekly)