Whoever creates horoscopes would peg me as a Leo. I have read that Leos are vivacious and the center of attention. As a child, I definitely fit the personality of a Leo. After all, I am a last born child! However, as an adult, the last thing that I want to be is the center of attention. This is why theater no longer holds the personal appeal it once did. I still love theater, but I prefer to attend or be backstage than to participate front and center.
In college, someone asked me what my “sign” was. I told him when I was born, and he took an actual step back, coupling it with a noticeable double-take. “You’re a Leo? I never would have guessed!”
So that’s that.
What it really comes down to is that I just don’t believe in star signs and horoscopes. I think it’s very easy to read into something if you are looking for meaning. (That’s probably the same kind of argument someone would level against me for believing in Jesus and the Bible.) Anyway, I just don’t think much about it.
Unrelated: this blog challenge is actually working! I keep planning out my blogs and write them in a notebook daily during my bus commute. Now if only I could get my act together to type them up earlier…
Loosely related: one of my favorite musical songs is “Aquarius” from the musical Hair.
Completely unrelated: GO HAWKS!!