Daily Horoscope - Daily Love Horoscope - Bridgett Walther Astrology

Happy Birthday, Libra! Multi-talented, versatile and blessed with a chameleon-like ability to fit into almost any environment or circumstance, you're a Libra with Gemini undertones. Many of you look younger than your years without a single surgical touch-up. Your quirky humor, quick laugh and gift for imitating others make you the guest of honor at social events. Wherever you go, fun generally tags along. No matter how experienced and astute you are, you never appear uppity. Your lovable humble quality puts others at ease, and your unique interpretation of music, character and art enhance your depth of understanding. Never one to follow the same old theories or rules that most people do, you invent your own lifestyle and may choose to embrace beliefs very different from those of your family or culture. Without making a fuss or calling attention to your views, you manage to be part of the crowd when necessary, and an iconoclast the rest of the time. You learned long ago that it's easier to grow and expand by not alarming or offending nearly everyone in the room. No matter how different your thoughts and goals are, your friends, acquaintances and coworkers all claim you as their own. Your ability to win others' hearts and minds makes you a skillful negotiator, politician or leader. Many of you develop a strong attachment to a particular cause and selflessly raise public awareness. No matter what talent you're known for, you have numerous other skills up your sleeve. You also understand human nature and the human condition far better than most. Born today are Beata Brandt, Monica Bellucci, Roy Horn, Lacey Chabert, Kieran Culkin, Adita Linares, Trey Anastasio, Ashley Hamilton, Cedric Saunders, John Lombardo, Crystal Bernard, Fran Drescher, Jenna Elfman, Deborah Farentino, Basia, Angie Dickinson, Martina Hingis, Cissy Houston, Eric Stoltz, Jody Powell, Gus Dudgeon, Freddie King, William Wrigley, Jr., Mike Harrison, Deborah Kerr, Dewey Martin, Johnny Mathis, Marilyn McCoo, Dominique Maceanu, Patrice Rushen, Marty Stewart, Robby Takac, Victoria Tennant, Truman Capote and Marc Bolan.