This Aquarian thrives on drama. As much as you want a good life (and may secretly sometimes dream of a nice, ordinary, calm day), there's something about even the worst situation that provides a stage, setting, and script that feed your very being.
Water Bearers with this birth date are part ham, and part honey (which, thanks to an odd twist of fate, work well together). You have charm, possess a fabulous speaking demeanor, and know how to truly “tickle people's ears” when the need arises. However, dishonesty and manipulation aren't in the program. You are truthful and trustful to a fault, and often rely on humor to soothe over those foot-in-mouth moments. A birth number of 8 grounds your honest nature in protective roots. Once you trust in something, you guard it vehemently.
Labor isn't a word that Aquarians typically like. If you work for a living, you should love what you do. “Follow your bliss” is a phrase definitely written for Water Bearers. So when considering careers, find something playful or an artsy path with the theater, public speaking, or perhaps even local politics where your creative panache shines comfortably.
With lovers, this Aquarian shows an eagerness to please and tease. It's important to you to demonstrate true feeling, and once committed you're very loyal. You tell great stories in bed!
Gift idea: a book of romantic poetry or a dramatic ascot.
February's flower is traditionally primrose or violet. Primroses were typically white and yellow until the mid 1600s, when new varieties were discovered in Greece and Turkey. In the language of flowers they mean “I cannot live without you.” Violets are edible and were often used in decorative cuisine through the ages. In folk remedies violets were typically part of curatives for coughs.