Does anyone read On-The-Town? When did it get so crazy? On page 19 of this month's issue Mystic Missy offers her loyal readers a shopping guide that "covers the cosmos." It is essentially a book review/gift recommendation based loosely around astrological signs, which i guess sort of qualifies it as a horroscope as well.
the very first entry:
The Potluck Cookbook
Classic Recipes for any Occasion
by Dolores Kostelni
Collector's Press 2005, 128 Pages $19.95
New Ideas and adventures suit the Sagitarrius sign (November 22 - December 21). Set off on a potluck party adventure where you're the envy of all the guests. Turkey Pie with Sweet Potato Biscuits and Slow Cooker Meatballs along with Lil' Doggies in a Tangy Sauce are your weapons! Use them Wisely and knock 'em dead - and full. B
The segment is called Written in the Stars, a pun which leads me to believe the Mystic Missy's special brand of literary astrology is a regular feature. My starsign yielded What's Your Poison - Addictive Advertising of the '40s - '60s. Which is the first time my horroscope was ever actually even close to being somewhat appropriate. Maybe there is something to this astrological shopping?