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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