Good eye-hand coordination and sustained effort makes almost any task run well. By mid-afternoon you will be pleased at your progress. A problem at work that has gone on for a long time is finally nearing the end. It will soon be time for new conquests. Now, understandably, you may feel more like ignoring responsibilities and doing some social visiting. Practice common sense and seek a balance. This is the time you and your co-workers will be given recognition for this hard work. You may be encouraged by an older member of the family to move forward with some special plan–research would be beneficial. You will enjoy waiting on your loved one(s) this evening. Heal the thought that you are separate from others.

The ending is true , very true. My older cousin Kris , who’s 18 … just yelled at me about my grades and how they’re slipping. In the mist of him yelling , it made me think a little bit. I have alot planned for summer , and wont be able to do hardly any of them if im in summer school for math..It was harsh , but in a way motovating. The beginning could be true if they replace co-workers with classmates. The school year is winding down and judgement day is forth coming.. its out job to stay on our teachers about our make up work if we’re missing some. At the end of the day .. its our grade.. they’ve already been to school for the class. Hand-eye coordination does make my tasks go very well ! I just have have to keep my eye on the prize ( good grades and passing math/lit). I cant wait til i get home and see my daddy so he can help me with my work and also help me with an idea on how to make up my missing work. If seperaten myself from others is they key to success…then im willing to do it.. i think its for the better too.