seriously. The Perseid's are out there!! We saw a bunch of them, a lightshow that traditionally concludes the celebration of Child Dai's solar return. This is also the first day of Grouse season. So who says August has no holidays??
Hot enough for you? August is such a strange month -- especially when one comes BACK from a vacation. That back-to-school vibe is definitely bubbling under, and since this is the week of the waning moon it's all about finishing things up...Don't forget, I'm on 1280 am (WEIM) on Tuesdays at 6 and WTAG fridays at 8:45 and on WCRN, Mondays w/Hank at 10am....
The Dai family is going to the edge -- where the ocean lives and will attempt to immerse in the next two weeks. Chances are we'll have better luck in Delaware than Cape Cod where we're off to. So if you need moonsigny assistance, I'll be in and out. But I really need some time off......
Sunday's first quarter moon marks a turning point in projects begun on or around July 14. Frankly, this is the first period of my life where the day to day really is an impressionistic blur. Plus, I'm trying to take advantage of a Jupiter return, which is always tricky.
I’ve been an avid reader of your column since I moved to Boston several years ago and I have to say that the phrase “eerily accurate” does spring to mind.
So my question is about why I can’t communicate with libras. Since I was 21 I have dated *seven* of them (two seriously) and each relationship crashes and burns. Now I’ve met another person that I really, really like, but when I found out she was a libra, my reaction was to immediately hide under something.
A thousand years ago when the first dearly beloved Mr. Moonsigns and I were invited to Orlando for a great big fat tchotchke-dripping junket for the new Universal Studios attraction at Mouseville, the most memorable event for me was that it rained EVERY afternoon. Monsoon-scale sheets of water that ended after 20 minutes adding to the humidity and general misery of that climate.
My friend's printer chronically messes up double-sided documents.... car battery fritzs because freak afternoon storm means lites left on while parking. . . . freak afternoon storms, what is this, florida?? . . . journeys take longer, vehicles unreliable, misspeaking rampant . . . What time? When? From when to WHEN? . . . I was supposed to be at .
You got me curious! There must be MANY of us with natal mercury retrograde. I've always wondered if we get a better deal than most during the retro phases each year? This retro is not being too bad to me (KNOCKKNOCK). But then again, I know better than to expect smoothness, or to try new things...
What have you observed for those of us born during these crazy times?
It is very hard to think clearly when it's 90 degrees in a west-facing office.
I've seen lots of close-up, real-time misunderstanding on a municipal level, not to mention the irrascible, intractibility that comes when people have already made up their minds and refuse to let facts or even alternative points of view interupt the flow. I'm always reluctant to take on clients during this period BUT it can also be interesting if:
Question for you. Virgo here with Mercury Retro at hand. I just got my divorce finalized and now need to go about the paperwork to change all my "all important documents" back to my maiden name? Normally I know Mercury Retro is the last time you want to do any important paperwork, but what about something like this when you consider that I'm "going backward"?
moon is waning, out goes the money. Whenever I encounter fiscal stupidity in the world, I go to kiva.org, and find someone in the displaced region of Azerbaijan who's been waiting a long time for a loan for a small business. As an Armenian, I think the astrological gods would be very happy that I'm helping people who probably think the Armenians are terrible.
will be at the Boston International Film Festival. "Flesh and Blood" is an amazing documentary of a subculture that would totally appall your parents. Saturday, June 9 at 10:30 p.m.
are always pretty intense. There are a ton of group yardsales in our charming purlieu of Massachusetts and I bet they'll all do great. In other news, we have recently acquired 4 mice (who would have been snake food in another week). Having grown up with rodents (and spiders, and cats, and snakes, and whatever else was dropped off or brought home), I thought it might be fun and Little Toddler Dai enjoys them.