Your daily horoscope: 1-2 December
If it's your birthday…
Celebrate by arranging to do something daring that you have always had in mind but have never quite had the courage to attempt. As extreme Saturn strides into gung-ho Pisces, there really has never been a better time to stretch yourself in this way, perhaps by booking a bungee jump or a deep sea dive or bursting into your boss’s office and telling him exactly what you think about him AND about the way he dresses. Go on! Get stuck in, you rampant Sagittarian you!
And if it's not…
You’ll find yourself having a long conversation this evening with a dog in the street, covering all sorts of areas, political and economic. As you will be reporting later to friends, among other things the dog turns out to have some very robust, and not at all unreasonable, views about the crisis of trust in the banking industry, which you reckon are well worth a listen – although you weren’t so sure about his plans to re-stimulate the Euro. Are you overworking at the moment? I’m just asking.
Bafflement this evening when you return home from work to find somebody tending sheep in your front room. Apparently it’s something to do with an ancient bylaw.
Christmas shopping tips from the stars. Pluto in Argos says you should get your brother-in-law a garden hose-tidy
Big Sam Allardyce rings to ask if you would be free to pop down to West Ham’s training ground tomorrow afternoon so that he can ‘have a look at you’
Love, this morning, is a dual carriageway affected by roadworks near Stratford St. Mary, causing tailbacks, southbound, all the way along as far as Ipswich
The stars have advice for you on winter cruise options. Venus is commending the 11-night Emerald Princess trip to Scandinavia and Russia, departing Copenhagen. Mercury, though, favours the Egypt and the Aegean trip
You’re low on milk. Also bread. And you need light bulbs and toothpaste. And some dishwasher tablets wouldn’t go amiss. And could you get some puddingy things?