October 16-October 22, 2015
All times Eastern Daylight Time (EDT).
Friday, 16th– Those up early feel the fatigue. Late morning throws a few curves. Changes are registered at the gut level. Mid-afternoon is some of the smoothest energy of the day. Things go as we figure they should. The evening though is sensitive. Either we’re not being understood, or we’re spending our time with someone who feels sad. Addictions are more in evidence late night.
Saturday, 17th– The pace is pushed this morning. We’re up and at ’em. This could pave the way for some real successes late afternoon. Our enthusiasm and initiative lead the way. Take charge, and give it a shot.
Sunday, 18th– Communications are misconstrued late morning. We’re missing some of the details or have left some tools, keys or glasses behind. Hold off on decisions until after 3:00 PM. Conditions moderate by 8:00 PM.
V/C Moon 4:48 AM-2:51 PM when it enters Capricorn
Monday, 19th– Get more important items on your list taken care of today in lieu of tomorrow for the usual reasons. 8:00 is playful, social and happy. Later afternoon is focused and upbeat. The evening hold some delightful surprises and/or new information. Hit the hay prior to midnight.
Tuesday, 20th– The Void-of-Course day leaves us floating. Coffee just doesn’t quite cut it around 8:00 AM. The pace does begin to pick up after 9:00 PM. Just don’t try to force things or people at that point.
V/C Moon 4:31 PM-9:38 PM when it enters Aquarius
Wednesday, 21st– All in all, a good day. Some of its best is around 8:00 this morning, and there’s an inner peace about 10:00. From six ’til midnight is also social, fun and interactive. Just try not to over indulge in opinions, calories or in being impressed.
Thursday, 22nd– Strong shifts in the agenda are possible today, and they may cost us, in money, control or resources. Chose your words carefully because you may want to take some of them back later. Also, be mindful of your driving. This is not a time to type, text or talk while on the road. Anticipate that you may be contending with Mediterranean drivers who take stop signs and lights as contemporary suggestions, not rules.
Don can be contacted at 413 219-4214, or by email at AthenasWeb@gmail.com. The columns are archived at www.AthenasWeb.com.