I did not know there was a Zodiacal House of Money. Perhaps this is why I am not rich. Or there could be other reasons for that too. Anyway, here’s what the stars are telling me on this 27th day of March.
Today the Moon enters your Zodiacal house of money, Taurus, and this month’s visit begins with a lot of financial activity. You’ll really have to be careful about spending, because the Moon forms an astrological pattern known as a T-Square that affects your financial axis, and the way it is situated in your Solar Chart, you’re more likely to let go of more money than you take in. Don’t get excited about any kind of speculative venture, and avoid spending on recreation or gifts for children or lovers.
HA! You’re way too late with that financial advice my little astrological friends. We’re comitted to the new furnace, I’m getting only holiday pay for a month, my shopaholic grandaughter is visiting, and I really really really needed that huge notepad with a picture of coffee on the cover and random coffee beans on every lined page, and the sparkly brown gel pen that came with it, so there’s really nothing I can do now about that very random purchase. And there might have been a couple other ones in there that have conveniently slipped my mind.
There’s already Hunger Games merchandise at a few stores, and I could not resist purchasing the parody. I read it last night, so if you’re looking for a much quicker less serious story, this one could be for you.
I’m not even kidding, I did not notice the dead mocking jay until I’d finished reading the book. It’s a nice touch. Again, I think you have to read the original book to appreciate this one and it’s warped humor.
The random word generator has prompted me to complete the sentence “Life is like……” using the following sets of words.
butterfly, concrete, paradise
pub, stars, dish
Rather than have my head hurt for longer than absolutely necessary, I’ll just use them all at once and get it over with.
Life is like a butterfly in paradise, flittering and fluttering high above the concrete, searching and reaching for the stars; and then somehow getting distracted by the local pub and a dish of peanuts and taking the night off from all that flitting around because seriously, the stars aren’t going anywhere, so what’s your rush.
That was deep. I should try writing a philosophy book. Maybe someone else could figure out the hidden meanings for me. But I can’t start it today because I’m pretty sure that would come under the heading of ‘speculative ventures.’
And finally, as my dad always used to say, money is absolutely no good to you at all unless you spend it. Mind you, I don’t remember him ever going on about the value of coffee note pads, but I’m sure he’d agree I’ll get more use out of that than I would from having a ten dollar bill just sitting there on my desk. So life is good in spite of that ominous T-Square on my solar chart. Or maybe even because of it, who really knows.