November 27-December 3, 2015
All times are Eastern Standard Time (EST).
Friday, 27th– It’s Void-of-Course until about 2:30 this afternoon, but this is a wonderful time to check out things new and different. As we approach midnight issues become a bit more sensitive. There’s restlessness overnight that leaves its fatigue in our wake tomorrow morning.
Saturday, 28th– We can get some hard work done and out of the way through the day, but it will take time. The Moon in Cancer may leave us feeling a little moody at various times. Organize your priorities for both today and tomorrow and try to get the important stuff out of the way today.
Sunday, 29th– Not only is the day Void-of-Course, but the Sun is triggering the Saturn Neptune square. Hard work behind the scenes, doing research and back projects, works well. Mid-afternoon is some of the best time of the day.
V/C Moon 7:46 AM-7:47 PM when it enters Leo
Monday, 30th– The mood definitely lifts from the weekend. 9:00 AM is a little shaky, but the rest of the morning, afternoon and early evening (until 9:00 PM) are fairly nice. The Leo Moon makes things fun and creative, and we could use some of that.
Tuesday, 1st– Interesting information or people come through at about 9:00 this morning, but then the pace picks up through the afternoon and we’re not in agreement with others. Detours or red-tape could be part of the mix. After 9:00 PM the pace moderates somewhat.
V/C Moon 10:09 PM-5:09 AM (Wednesday) when it enters Virgo
Wednesday, 2nd– The Virgo Moon focuses our attention on quality, health and work. Things are a little hectic this morning, but then settle into a more even pace through the afternoon. The evening could be a little intense, so chose your words carefully.
Thursday, 3rd– 9:00 PM is focused and concentrated. Use it to get things done. Our course changes around 2:30, and we’re not thrilled with the turn of events. The evening taps into various emotions, best around midnight.
V/C Moon 11:59 PM-5:34 PM (Friday) when it enters Libra
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