Mildura Weekly : Friday February 14 2014 Vol 8 No 15
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Display cabinets Lastweek’sCrosswordandSudokuresultsinourSportSection NO. 0247 Don’t fight any delays and frustrations encountered at the start of the week because you might want to save your energy for later when there’s fun to be had. Take any problems on the chin, as Valentine’s Day promises to be a sizzling occasion. A Full Moon in Leo makes this a time of romantic gestures and super-hot chemistry. Anything could happen! Later, old friends could come back into the fold. You might consider a reunion as a way to connect and catch up. Discord is possible early in the week, but don’t let minor frustrations keep you from enjoying the days ahead. With a Full Moon in your sign on Valentine’s Day, you could be in your element. For you, this yearly lovefest could highlight your use of dramatic gesture along with a potential for declarations of romantic feelings. Your social life seems particularly buoyant, with plenty of opportunities to network with folks on your wavelength. Someone could have a surprise for you! You may feel touched by someone’s plight and moved to help with a charitable demonstration. Putting yourself in this person’s shoes could give you insight into his or her life, encouraging you to help in any way you can. Later, you will love Valentine’s Day whether you’re single or in a long-term relationship. The Full Moon sizzles in Leo, bringing opportunities for a love adventure that you’re unlikely to forget in a hurry. Later, an old pal or flame might walk back into your life. This week resist the temptation to deplete resources that may not be entirely your o wn. The more you keep track of the details of your finances, the easier it will be to navigate through the days ahead. Valentine’s Day could be rather special this year, as a Full Moon has all the hallmarks of sexiness and passion. Whether you’re with a partner or latest lover, there will be plenty to delight. There is also a very sociable aspect to the week ahead, which could bring a new friendship your way. You won’t be happy if someone tries to pin you down at the start of the week. Freedom might be your mantra, but you have tasks or chores to deal with and need to get those out of the way first. Once they’re done, the rest of the week looks delightful. Valentine’s Day could be an extra special occasion because a Full Moon in Leo highlights a sassy social theme. There’s also an urge to expand your horizons, perhaps through study or travel. Romance could bring disappointment early on, so have a plan you can fall back on. Don’t let a minor frustration spoil the days ahead, however, especially as Valentine’s Day looks to be such a special occasion. The Full Moon in fiery Leo hints at passion and intensity, as well as the possibility of grand gestures. If you’re out and about as a party, this could be an evening you won’t forget in a hurry. The rest of the week is fun, but this could be the high point! Aquarius Aries Gemini Leo Libra Sagittarius Lunch with a friend brings good conversation plus a few ideas worth considering. However, when it comes to personal goals or career, an unconventional approach might work best. This being Valentine’s week, there’s a sensational atmosphere building in your home sector. This is your opportunity to spend quality time in private with your sweetheart. Allow your sensual side to emerge and enjoy this chance for intimacy and sharing. Later, an offer you missed could come around again. It’s time to grab it! As Mercury rewinds into your work and lifestyle sector, stay on your guard against malfunctioning computers or other equipment, especially if you have deadlines to meet or important deals to sign. Give yourself leeway in case of any problems. Later, Valentine’s Day might be something you’ll want to celebrate in a secret and very personal way. A Full Moon in your spiritual sector spotlights a desire for privacy and the chance for just the two of you to kick back and enjoy a little intimacy. Be patient could be your motto this week, especially as rash words or unpremeditated actions could have consequences. This is so unlike you, yet a moment of madness could cause upset if you aren’t careful. Later, you will respond to Valentine’s Day with an intensity that delights your partner or sweetheart. The Full Moon could bring out the animal within, paving the way for an evening or night of passion and fun. On another note, finances might need careful handling. You may want to feel part of something bigger than yourself, but be careful to choose your causes wisely. This week it’s better to grow disenchanted than be misled. As Mercury rewinds, a certain matter could leave you feeling perplexed. Yo u could be in your element as Valentine’s Day comes around again, as the Full Moon in Leo demands a romantic occasion with all the trimmings. Whatever you do, the stars reveal that you could have a day to remember. Innovative ideas are powerful, and perhaps this is one time when you should listen. What you hear and pay attention to could lead to a change of direction, perhaps for the better. When it comes to Valentine’s Day, your generosity may know no bounds. A Full Moon in Leo might encourage you to splurge on your sweetheart as a way to show how much you care. On another note, you might want to spend money on your home to give it a cozy, harmonious vibe. Even though you want things to be perfect, especially concerning home projects and entertaining, try not to set the bar too high early. You could leave yourself open to disappointment. However, as this is Valentine’s week, a powerful Full Moon in Leo suggests that you could be the center of attention. Whether you’re out and about with friends or having fun at your place, you seem to ooze charm and sexiness, suggesting that you won’t be short of company for long. Pisces Taurus Cancer Virgo Scorpio Capricorn 12 3 456 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 ANSWERS: 1. Freddie Mercury, 2. From Russia With Love, 3. Kew Bridge, 4. Deep Blue, 5. Antarctica, 6. Abraham, 7. Japan, 8. Kabul, 9. Mole, WHO AM I: Samuel L. Jackson I was born December 21, 1948 Washington, D.C, United States of America. I am an American film and television actor and film producer. After becoming involved with the Civil Rights Movement, I moved on to acting in theater at Morehouse College, and then films. I had several small roles such as in the film Goodfellas before meeting my mentor, Morgan Freeman, and the director Spike Lee. After gaining critical acclaim for my role in Jungle Fever in 1991, I appeared in films such as Patriot Games, Amos & Andrew, True Romance and Jurassic Park. In 1994, I was cast as Jules Winnfield in Pulp F iction, and my performance received several award nominations and critical acclaim. I have since appeared in over 100 films The Incredibles and Django Unchained. WHO AM I?
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