The 21st is a Good Day To . . . keep our tempers and our egos in check, and our fingers off the launch button. At the same time, we can very successfully create effective, permanent, even transformative change–so, no need to be a wallflower, just keep in mind that we forget there’s a tomorrow at our own peril.
A Good Day To . . . is based on the aspects perfecting on each day, Pacific time.
Cynthia Harrison said:
I always look forward to reading your forecasts! Thank you.
Thank you, Cynthia!
Nancy Kossman said:
Odd how often important events are set for days when the moon is void of course all day. I certainly hope the Senators heed your very prudent advice. I know I will try to.
Big events scheduled for a Void make me wonder what intangible reality the the schedulers were responding to! Of course, this can mean nothing will come of it–or that things won’t go at all as expected. It will be very interesting to see which of those play out. Thank you for your kind comment, Nancy–I’m going to keep my finger off the button, too 🙂
Haha. I can’t even FIND my launch button right now….so i’ll just say that’s a good thing..xxx
lol! Yeah, safer that way xoxo