RAVEN NIGHTWOOD, MIRROR ASTROLOGER
This week you are ready to go yet you seem to be stalled. You want to start something new, a romance or a work project, but you can’t find the starting gate. So maybe it isn’t really time for something new yet. Take it slowly and see where you go.
You are going to be very, very focused this week. You will be so absorbed that you may ignore an important, even urgent, message from your family. Make sure you don’t miss what you need to pay attention to.
Genius at work. Ideas are streaming out of you and some of them should be put to use. You might have one idea that could be a big money maker but you should keep it under wraps for now and develop it carefully.
You are experiencing a temporary (hopefully) lack of social interest. You want to be alone with your thoughts. This is actually good and since it will only be for a short time, enjoy your solitude and make use of it.
Believe it or not, you have reached a very peaceful plateau in your relationship. There are no glitches right now and the two of you are moving in harmony. Barring a minor disagreement over something trivial, like where to eat out, you should be having the times of your lives.
Other people are having problems; you don’t feel that you are in a bind. But don’t let your good fortune cause you to be insensitive to your friends. Help someone close to you and lend a sympathetic ear.
Your mission this week, should you decide to accept it, is to keep family members from fighting. You are the peacemaker, the one who sees all sides. Don’t let anyone fool you into thinking that their side is totally right.
You may be annoying your special someone with too much talk and no action. There’s no need to dwell on the problems you two had in the past. If you have to talk, try sincere sweet talk – a musical voice message could be the ticket.
It’s now or never for you in the personal relationship department. You will either: take action and confess your feelings, or you will let the moment go by. If you are in a good relationship, no action might be the right thing to do.
You feel like having fun, celebrating the holiday time, and even confessing to some personal lovey-dovey emotions. But for once you are speechless. You will have to find a creative way to solve this problem. If you can’t say it, write it.
You’re thinking in generalities but specifics are called for, especially by those closest to you. They want you to come up with definite plans. You don’t need a blueprint but a step-by-step outline might be good.
If you come to a fork in the road – you have to decide which way to go (unless the fork is part of a dinner service that fell out of someone’s car). The two roads both have their allure; it is up to you to make an important decision.