April 24-April 30, 2015
All times Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).
Friday, 24th- Although not without its bumps, the morning is better than the evening. Finish up projects by 1:00 PM, and be careful after 8:00 PM. Jealousy, envy and temptation all raise their heads tonight, looking to grab a quick bite. Think about what you’re about to say before you say it.
V/C Moon 1:04 PM-9:13 AM (Saturday) when it enters Leo
Saturday, 25th- Between 9:00 and 10:30 EDT this morning is magical. People listen, are interested and contribute some neat ideas. Mid to late afternoon is industrious and productive. Late evening may be a little more serious.
Sunday, 26th- From 10:00 AM until about 9:00 PM is quite enjoyable, with a little bump possibly around 4:00 PM. Be willing to try out new situations, especially through the late afternoon and early evening. 5:00 through 8:00 PM is particularly nice.
Monday, 27th- Communications are difficult this morning. Be careful out there on the roads. Note the extended Void-of-Course Moon period and treat it accordingly. After 10:30 PM is social.
V/C Moon 10:12 AM-9:07 PM when it enters Virgo
Tuesday, 28th- Timetables and deadlines fit into the picture this morning, especially around 10:00 AM. Early afternoon is both easier and more fun. If you’re looking for social talents, try tomorrow evening.
Wednesday, 29th- Early risers are wrestling with financial issues, but after 4:00 PM the mood really starts to improve through about 8:00 PM. Whip up some magic and dispense it around sundown.
Thursday, 30th- Watch the gift of gab kick in late night tonight and early tomorrow morning as Mercury enters Gemini. In general, a fairly nice day, especially late morning and through late afternoon. It may seem as though everyone is over caffeinated as we get up. Sit back and note the buzz.
V/C Moon 8:23 AM-10:03 AM when it enters Libra
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