LIBRA: You find hidden meaning in things that have absolutely no hidden meaning. I’m not sure whether anyone ever told you this, but sometimes a cucumber is just a cucumber. Sometimes riding a horse is just riding a horse. Sometimes eating a popsicle is just eating a popsicle….
SCORPIO: Worst of the worst. Falling in love with a Scorpio is like falling through a trapdoor. They will sting your heart in a million little places and let it slowly bleed out.
You are the one person I will never get over, ever. You are the one who will always be the ‘What if?’…I wanted a family with you, to have your children. You are the ONLY man I ever wanted to marry. And you broke my heart—again.
One hundred years ago, the Bridge was “the Eighth Wonder of the World,” an amazing achievement by Washington, John and Emily Roebling and the workers who built it. There can be nothing like that today. I watched the fireworks from one of two 110-story towers, but I can’t imagine anyone celebrating the 100th anniversary of the sterile, utilitarian World Trade Center.
‘Selling yourself’—it’s a skill now, not a sin.
It wasn’t love, I don’t know what it was, but there was a feeling. Some kind of falling. Some kind of sinking.
The line is that he still keeps her shampoo in his shower in case she wants to wash her hair.
1. Asks you on a real date and follows through. 2. Holds open your doors. 3. Pulls out your chair. 4. Takes your jacket. 5. Stands when you excuse yourself from the table. 6. Let’s you order first. 7.
Virgo: Remember that when it comes to your feelings, all the rules don’t apply.
A national United States study in Health Psychology found that, amongst almost 2,000 survey participants older than fifty, a happy, supportive and encouraging spouse is a factor in being healthier.