"He that made us with such large discourse,
Looking before and after, gave us not
That capability ad god-like reason
To fust in is unus'd."
Shakespeare's Hamlet [IV.iv.41-4]
Cancer: Happy Birthday, Cancer! It's going to be a weird year. Weirder than last year? And is that weird "good" or weird "disaster"? I'm "Mr. Every-Cloud-Has-A-Silver-Lining." So this weirdness, good or bad? How are you going to play what's been dealt to you? Carefully, and with a little coaching, guidance, and maybe, a little uncharacteristic action? Might be good. Potentially very good.
Full Moon is way over, and we don't have that new moon for another few days. We're stuck in the middle. Reservoir Dogs allusion here. At least one Cancer will recoil in horror at that mention. I liked the movie but I wouldn't necessarily watch it again and again. That's not what this about, though, it's about taking appropriate action to change one item, one particular aspect, just a single change. I'm not suggesting wholesale change and a scorched earth, no, just one, tiny, almost insignificant item that can be changed.
One. Little. Change.
Probably something you should've done a while back, too. Take the big step, it's your birthday, I'd suggest, with all the parties and stuff? Go ahead. Take the big plunge. Or the little step. Whatever that one item is? Change it. Willingly. Even if it scares you.
Leo: I was in a restaurant, kind of an upscale place. I noticed another patron, next table over. She had a vibrant "sun" tattoo, above her ankle, outside of her leg.
She caught me looking at the tattoo and arched her eyebrows -- I assumed it was a quizzical look -- and I just asked, "Leo?" She glanced downward, looked back at me, batted her eyes, then nodded.
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