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February 2005 Horoscopes (pg. 2)

Libra

Libra

September 23 - October 23
February is the month for you to make some big changes! Whether it's getting a crazy, new haircut or joining a sports team, you need to do something big to give yourself a real jumpstart. You've been in a bit of a rut and this is the month for you to get out of it.

Scorpio

Scorpio

October 24 - November 22
Surprises around every corner this month will keep you on your toes. Just when you think you have everything figured out, something will come along and change your outlook on the situation. There's a lot of change brewing in your future. Just be calm and take it as it comes cuz it's probably going to make your life a lot happier.

Sagittarius

Sagittarius

November 23 - December 21
You're going to be very busy during the first few weeks of February making personalized Valentines for all your friends. Your generous attitude will be much appreciated - especially by those peeps that are usually overlooked at this time of year. Keep wracking up those karma points!

Capricorn

Capricorn

December 22 - January 20
Get ready for a month of fabulousness! Everything that could possibly go right for you will in February when your stars are perfectly aligned. You and your current BF/GF are getting along better than ever, making this Valentine's Day great!

Aquarius

Aquarius
January 21 - February 19
You have a lot of school projects and homework piling up right now and it's kind of stressing you out. Why not invite some of your pals over for a big study session to make things a little easier? Just be sure that you actually get some studying done and you don't end up watching TV the whole time.

Pisces

Pisces
February 20 - March 20
I spy with my little eye someone who has a crush on you! Don't be surprised if you suddenly start getting notes from a secret admirer this February... they'll probably reveal themselves by the end of the month.

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