Sagittarius. Notice that there’s a period after the Sagittarius, not some other form of punctuation that would suggest that you go onward. It should end here. I remember a friend’s book about compatibility among certain Chinese signs, and there was one I looked up, a person I was pursuing at the time. There was the shortest paragraph in the book. Cancer Water and Sagittarius Fire should get the same treatment from me. It looks good on paper, all that fire looks like so much fun. In the real world, though, there are problems, like day–to–day problems with just about everything.
No matter what you do, you feel like he’s always looking “over yonder” as we are fond of saying in Texas. “Over Yonder” might be wherever he keeps one eye cocked. And like having loaded gun around the house, you’re just never too sure when this one will go off. That’s the allure of the mighty Sagittarius, though, the sense of wonder and the adventure of it all. A Sag fellow can play along fine, for a little while. But before you start doing something more than just polishing belt buckles, you’d better consider what you’re going to do with that old cowboy when he starts to stake out a claim on your bed. Remember that this is one that looks really good on paper, but the practical application might have him exceed your grasp. Not that it can’t be done, but this is a relationship that requires a little more thought preceding it than most. Look before you leap.
Always remember, “Hey baby, who loves you?”