Upside: Home life is supremely cozy; productive as a pair; affectionate; loyal; pleasure-seekers; build from ground up; love nature; patient and steadfast; admirers of beauty and art.Downside: Overly fixed on the material; risk of stagnating; relaxation turns into inertia; resistant to change; stubborn attitudes.
Taurus and Taurus are lovers in the garden of eden (and garden of eatin')! When two Bulls mate, you've got a pair that both crave comfort and security. Early on, there could be a lot of bonding over shared meals, with each trying to out-gourmet the other. A feast for the senses keeps these two busy, and that includes the tactile one of intimacy.
Here's a couple that may vanish from sight for days on end, or get lost in some natural setting for the weekend. They can deeply settle into the relationship, and usually see eye-to-eye on how to create a strong foundation. Even mutual possessiveness is alright, since it confirms for them that it's the real thing.Too Much of a Good Thing
Here's a couple that can get stuck in a rut, however, even taking vacations in the same spot year after year. Their caution about spending could mean they deny themselves things that would add a dose of excitement. Instead of going to Paris for their anniversary, they may decide to make yet another investment.
If this becomes stifling to one or the other, they'll need to shake things up a bit, and live for today. Taurus is a packrat, so two together are going to need several storage units. Their relationship may become all about material gain, and here's another possible dead end for this duo. On the other hand, this pair could easily run a family business, and build up an honest empire.
It's just a matter of them making time to remember what brought them together in the first place -- and keep exploring the world of the senses. If they expand their garden, instead of their waistlines, they avoid the trap of overindulging. Movement and creativity are keys to a Venus-inspired good thing.