I’m a little distressed. My horoscope isn’t up yet. What’s happened? Are you ok? I hope you haven’t done yourself an injury – because I’ve been checking every half hour to see what the stars have in store for me for this Feb – and it’s still not there. I know I’m in Australia and we’re a bit ahead, so I purposefully waited and gave you some more time. But still, no love.
I’m worried about you. I can’t live without you. 2010 is going to be my year Susan – but I need a little heads up. So pretty please with sugarlumps on top can you put my horoscope up?
I went back in time and got Van Gogh to paint these astrological flowers especially for you. I hope they help you feel better (if you are even feeling bad – otherwise I hope they convince you to get predicting).
Hugs and kisses, Lady Chameleon.
Apparently we have Saturn to blame for all the crap that we’ve been going through for the past two years. GOD DAMN YOU SATURN. Never dull, but still – testing. But never fear! The hoola hooping planet has left the charts. It’ll be back next year for a bit but – it’s left for the moment! Pheeewww. See what else Susan has to say about the alignment of the planets in your horoscope for this month.
I know the first day of spring was on Tuesday – but it felt like it was yesterday. The sun was shining . . . . and I got burnt. My advice to everyone is to enjoy the month responsibly by wearing sunscreen, and of course reading your horoscope. Sometimes it pays to be prepared.
Apparently Morning Star is the name given to the the planet Venus when it appears in the East before sunrise. But isn’t the sun a star too? That’s my Morning Star today. A piece of blue sky, a strong cup of coffee and some monthly advice from Susan Miller is all I need to start the week on a good note.
Sometimes you can’t see the sky. Because everything is pink. Like this morning. When you can’t see the stars because they’re covered, or because it’s day time. You can always read them. Grab a coffee or a cuppa and imagine your month ahead with the help of ol’ Susan Miller . Bless.