Another scorcher in NJ today. I was getting out of the car and happened to see the mailman and my neighbor’s German Shepard, Lance, giving each other the evil eye and then they both said, “Whatever” at the exact same time and went their separate ways. I don’t know the exact temperature but if it helps, it’s a “I don’t have the energy to tear a hole in your pants, you don’t have the energy to dig out your can of mace” kind of hot.
As we speak, the moon is lined up with Chiron and that magical connection will help you to forgive friends and family for past slights, real or imagined this weekend. I don’t believe it’s healthy to carry grudges, regardless, but if you do, always remember to lift with your knees and not your back.
Personally, I have never had a problem holding grudges against people. Not because I am enlightened and have transcended petty human emotions and feelings. It’s because my memory’s awful. There are people I run into who were members of my own wedding party and because I can’t readily recall their first names, I have to hide behind trees or buildings until they pass by. So remembering who I’m mad at would be a blessing. Sad, isn’t it? “The Boy Who Couldn’t Hold a Grudge”. A very special Afternoon Special this Tuesday on ABC.
Well, it’s getting late and I know you need to prepare for the weekend astrologically speaking so here’s a quick list:
Make sure you don’t swallow any watermelon pits due to the gravitational pull of Mars which is particularly heavy this year due to the planet’s inability to stick to a daily exercise regimen.
Don’t listen to a word your GPS tells you until 6:47 pm, Saturday (Eastern time). The same gravitational pull from Mars will create electromagnetic waves that will cause your navigational system to believe you are driving in Quebec.
If you receive a complement from someone this weekend, be sure to return it. Everyone likes to believe they look terrific so stick with that as a topic and simply return the complement with something along the lines of, “Thank you. I was just about to tell you how great you look!” Don’t get into the open ended questions, like “Who did your eyes?”
This is a good weekend to start new projects but don’t bite off more than you can chew. If it turns out that one of your tools is missing because the person you lent it to never returned it, try to the best of your ability to forget that person’s name.
Have a great weekend!
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