And I; and now we three have spoke it,
It skills not greatly who impugns our doom.
Henry 6.2 (3.1.281-)
Horoscopes for 8.27.2020
The throaty growl of an American V-8 is an emotionally heart-warming sound. It feels like hope. It feels like summer nights, with the windows down, carefree, and casual. Probably a little buzzed, too, but mileage may vary. Old buddy had a newer Charger, it was fun. Growled like it meant it, but was all clean-running, and it missed just a touch of that gritty noise, a little too subdued. Nothing can really effectively match that type of sound except old, American iron. Likewise, in Virgo, nothing can match that special essence that only a Virgo can pull off, part nice, part nasty. That last term, there’s a very covered up, almost repressed sense of sensuality in every Virgo, and that starts to bubble up in this week. Pushed forward by a myriad of planet influences, and then, birthdays and this varies individual to individual as to how it does get displayed, but it’s there. That throaty growl of the old, American V-8, to me, evokes a similar feeling. It’s really all fun and games until one realizes that those older motors, despite the noise? They belch huge mounts of environmentally insensitive, unburnt hydrocarbons into the atmosphere, and the old motors are a horrible waste of available resources. Still, like any Virgo might tell us? “Could be dirty, but sure is fun.” Here’s to a good Virgo time.
I recently had one of those fishing experiences that was better than most. Weird day on the water, caught a Texas trifecta, which depends, is either Reds, Specks, and flounder, or Reds, Specks, and Drums. Redfish, or Red Drum, Specks are speckled trout, and Drum means black drum, with flounder being flounder. Good flounder is always one-sided. No pictures of any note as we were way too busy catching and releasing, as almost all of the fish were undersized. Short, too short to legally keep. Besides, after I unhooked each of the fish, I would look it in its eyes, and tell it to go and grow up, we will catch each other another day.