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Daily Planets- 12/11/15

Posted on December 11th, 2015 by Don Cerow

December 11-December 17, 2015

All times are Eastern Standard Time (EST).

Friday, 11th The earlier part of the day, before 11:00, is the best time for accomplishment. Shortly thereafter, someone is being insensitive to their actions. Late afternoon is a wonderful time to make up.

V/C Moon 11:06 AM-1:46 AM (Saturday) when it enters Capricorn

Saturday, 12th The currents are relatively smooth and easy throughout the day. Communications are clear and to the point around 9:00 AM, early afternoon goes a little better than expected, and just past dark is some of the best time for social activities. Enjoy!

Sunday, 13th Relationships are being a little demanding through the morning. We didn’t see that one coming! Late afternoon and early evening are pleasant, but we may feel tired. Later evening is a little sensitive.

V/C Moon 6:07 PM-7:59 AM (Monday) when it enters Aquarius

Monday, 14th There’s a tendency to go overboard this morning, of either being too theatrical or self serving. The afternoon is wonderful for listening to those in need, getting away for a little peace, or using your imagination. Listen to your intuition.

Tuesday, 15thAll in all, a fairly nice day. Try something new in the early afternoon, take on physical projects (or get some exercise) late afternoon, and check your schedules around 9:00 PM. Try not to indulge as we head into the early evening.

Wednesday, 16th–  Noon is quite cute, but it may have some strings attached. The rest of the day is dreamy, but we can get some things done. Try not to force issues around 9:00 tonight.

V/C Moon 2:17 AM-12:45 PM when it enters Pisces

Thursday, 17thThe busiest day of the week, but we wake up feeling very centered and the mood extends throughout the morning and into the afternoon. After 6:00 PM the moods may become a little more tender.


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