On Saturday morning, January 3, 2014, the Moon floats into Water sign Pisces for the weekend. Sensitive and impressionable, we may experience vibrant dreams, imaginings, relaxing of boundaries and cravings to escape. Generally, this can all be fine - great for creativity, but not so much if reality loses anchor....more
That I am going to see Disney's "Frozen" for the third time is a pretty huge deal, especially considering the fact that it has been about four years since I last paid (full-price) to see a newly released movie in the theater. Though I have taken advantage of discounts or promotions to see "Frozen," that I would venture to the theater, when I am living frugally, is a pretty huge deal. ...more
An ambitious, financial security focused Capricorn New Moon helps us greet the New Year on Wednesday, January 1, 2014. After a few choruses of Auld Lang Syne and a couple of glasses of bubbly, whether it be champagne or ginger ale, New Moon energy can give us the push to start the year with plans to accomplish goals, advance a career, create space to achieve....more
You either laugh, smirk or roll your eyes, but it could happen.
After all, a month ago, did you think one of the most beloved icons of feminist queer music folklore, Ani DiFranco, would organize a (really expensive) retreat on a plantation? Yes, a plantation -- as in the antebellum Louisiana South....more
Beginning Friday December 27, 2013, until Sunday, the Moon is solidly in the middle of Scorpio drama, intensity and determination. Anything you want to find out? Search for anyone, uncover a mystery? The Scorpio Moon provides the determination and energy to discover and handle truths. Secrets are not safe from this Pluto ruled Water sign. No hiding allowed. It translates to an unwillingness to coast, “go along to get along”, etc. Some feathers may be ruffled, but the impulse to drill deep and get to the bottom of whatever will be hard to deny....more
The new Doctor Who will debut!
Now, I know there are other reasons people are happy about tomorrow. I myself have made a figgy pudding. The presents are all wrapped and Santa will be bringing them down the chimney to the delight of three little girls still young enough to believe in him. We’ll be attending the Candlelight Mass at our little Episcopal Church tonight. We will don our gay apparel and be of good cheer.
A few weeks ago, I posted a little challenge on my blog to ask people to send me a Christmas card and promising to donate $1 to Pittsburgh's LGBTQ Community Center in exchange - to bolster their membership campaign. It was a very off-the-cuff thing so I didn't expect a huge response....more