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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