If i could have called in dead last week I would have. There is a virus going around that comes w/coma-like fatigue and few other symptoms aside from "general crappiness." I lost all kinds of time plus a funny letter from a Pisces guy that now I can't find (No, Chris, I got yr mail).
I enjoyed your article on Neleman's book & your 13 Ways of Looking at Ink.
No tattoos here (ick) but younger family members are all fans; birthdays seem to be the big day (April 10, February 20, December 7).
Did you get a tattoo? When did you get it? I just wrote a piece on Peabody-Essesx Maori Moko exhibition and am curious because I'm hearing from folks with tattoos. Is there a planetary configuration that prompts this decision? Let me know
Here's my best recent Merc. Rx tale
that was swept into the incoming inbox tide. If you wrote in the last few weeks, write back. I'll be teaching at Cambridge Center in April and you can also hear me on WTAG Friday at 8:50 a.m. Mercury is retrograde now, in case you hadn't noticed...
By my 2008 Llewellyn Calendar!!! Get 'em while they're hot hot hot! And if you want, tell me your month/day of birth and I will HAND WRITE a little card that specifically gives you OTHER good days/difficult days! More at moonsigns.net click on the store. I also have the Moon Signs Almanac, and tho Chuck didn't put it up, the Sun Signs almanac, herbal book and tarot card almanac.
Getcha 2008 calendar and moon signs almanac here! ! !
Yes, I've been totally lax keeping up this blog b/c a) municipal election season and there's nothing that keeps a good astrologer busy than a lot of candidates; b) finishing up various calendars for years in the future; c) making jewelry for Fitchburg Art Museum Holly Berry Fair (fitchburgartmuseum.org, scroll on "events" no, no direct link); d) ankle sprain; e) looking for lost things; f) trying to clean my office.
Mars in Cancer seems to bring out the pissy/prissy side of folks, yes?
This holiday I go back and forth on. When it's a full moon AND a weekend AND I used to live in the city it was pandamonium. Now that Mr. Dai and Baby Dai and I live in the country, we prefer the full moons during the week. It's just quieter that way. Since this holiday coincides with municipal election season, it's been busier than usual.
meetings start late...meetings go long...other appointments are missed, misfiled, forgotten. phone calls are made and not completed. the phone is lost. wristwatch lost, programs lost, tivo reset, disconnected, time mismanaged, meetings end too soon, messages aren't delivered, messages are misheard, important documents are misspelled.