- “You never called or wrote me, just up and disappeared
Nobody knew what happened, where you been for all these years
Now trouble’s what you’re lookin’ like, cause trouble’s where you’ve been
And I can see the kind of trouble you could get me in
You better pay attention to every word I said
‘Cause you’re wanted by the police, and my wife thinks you’re dead”
Junior Brown (Gemini)
Horoscopes by the Fishing Guide to the Stars starting 3.6
Pisces: I’ve picked up a few tips, from hanging around experts. “I have to ‘bracket’ your horoscopes.” I didn’t know what the term “bracket,” meant, not in that context. I asked for clarity. “When we dealt with cameras, film, for shooting pictures? A photographer would ‘bracket’ each shot, take three pictures, one before, one during and one after, to make sure there was a good picture in the bunch. So I ‘bracket’ your scopes, read three times, to make sure I get it.” (Sometimes I don’t get it, either.) As a delicate and finely balanced Pisces? This week’s energy suggests that you “bracket” your actions. One before, one during, one after.
One Pisces buddy, he’s going to ask, “So if I was going to do a shot of tequila, I should do one before, do the shot, then do one more after it?”
Not what I had in mind, but for that one Pisces buddy, yes, that’s the correct interpretation for this week’s missive — but for all Pisces? I am not bailing you out of the drunk tank this week. Figure it out and make allowances.
Aries: More than two decades past, I used some early “GID” software. “Get It Done” software is like reminders on a phone, or the little window that pops up to suggest it’s time to make reservations for dinner, or something. Write horoscopes, see clients, all the little stuff that needs to get done. For my college and university years, I used an actual pencil and paper calendar. I still have a leather address book that used to hold an annual appointment calendar. I tend to favor some of the more advanced methods like putting down my appointments in an electric calendar, these days. I still reply with, “I’ll pencil you in,” as proof I have an appointment set.
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