everything's moving a million miles an hour (okay, 17 miles a second) and the moon is still 240,000 miles away but this first quarter to full phase is a killer, isn't it? Good thing you can actually add hours to your day by taking them from the almighty sleep cycle. I'll be at Roots this Friday evening AND Saturday and will be on WTAG, 560 AM from 8 to 9 a.
When I do astrological tarot readings, I usually find the day has some kind of theme going on. Last time it was Virgo sun/Virgo moon people. Sometimes it's the same grouping of cards -- the 6 of pentacles is very popular no matter how many times things are shuffled. This week, the theme was Mars oppositions. If you're a Leo or have heavy Leo in your chart, take your health, sanity, environment, personal life very seriously.
I'm about to get very busy producing "Stratton Spring Break -- a Festival of short plays" out here but wanted to note the passing of the astrological year, and spring equinox. Unbelievable what the landscape looks like today vs. last Friday although Mr. Dai and baby dai and myself have been SKIING several times this week! There is absolutely nothing better (except ice skating on a frozen pond, snorkelling in the caribbean or biking down a hill."
Today I talked on the radio about Deval Patrick's woes, etc. Hubris seems to be a guiding principle here but as a Leo, having Aquarius oppose his sun this month, isn't helping. Hopefully he'll figure things out or at least LOOK more competent after the first week of April, when Aquarius moves into pisces...
Today, I loved this: Click on March 4 if she adds another....
I'm on hold to get my son's fluoride prescription (we have a well), which was supposedly called in 2 weeks ago, and was to the wrong pharmacy, and was then called in to the right pharmacy but with the wrong prescription. This is not counting the times I called the office only to find that they only work until 1:45 or something unpredictable.
Thanks to everyone who came in for an astrological tarot reading on Saturday. I was busy all day long and couldn't take the walk-ins. My next time there will be march 31, but I will probably schedule another half-Saturday due to demand. It's really exciting that there's the interest and my brain is completely exercised (and exhausted).
Finally got out there! Moon in Leo encourages exhibitionism and at our local mountain, the kids were amazingly restrained. Remember, it's still mercury retrograde and I want to hear your stories! Lost keys? Lost way? Lost information? I've got a TON of projects I'm keeping in abeyance until after March 7. But will be at ROOTS in Leominster this full moon eclipsey Saturday from 10 to 5 978 534-7668. 100 Crawford St., Leominster, just off route 2.