What’s In the Stars for Valentine’s Day

What a week we’re having.  We’ve had Chinese New Year, Tuesday is Abraham Lincoln’s birthday and Mardi Gras begins, Wednesday for those who are Catholic is Ash Wednesday and Lent begins.  And yet still, we have Valentine’s Day on Thursday.  For anyone who has off on Monday, which is President’s Day, you may well be tired enough to stay in bed a little longer and who could blame you.  In fact, staying in bed might be a useful tool on Monday when the Sun enters Pisces and dreaming is almost a required subject for the next month moving forward.  More on that this week.

Valentine’s Day – February 14th

Venus who has been visiting in Aquarius since February 1st will wink and nod at the Moon in Aries.  Naughty notes and cutely quipped cards just might get you the results you’re looking for Valentine – be careful (giggle).  If you’re too shy to speak up notes can be helpful – but Mars and Mercury team up in Pisces and suggest that a little wink and nod towards your intended make be all you need to get things rolling in the love department.  That’s not to say you shouldn’t buy flowers – they always help.

Later this month – Venus and Neptune, the ruler of Pisces, form a lovely conjunction that’s just perfect for stardust, love and a little romance.  Talk about dreamy planetary transits, you couldn’t dream up a more romantic union – or maybe you could. (wink) – so have no fear if your Valentine’s Day isn’t all you’d hoped it would be – this transit is its own Valentine’s Day and you probably won’t leave February feeling dissapointed if you take advantage of this magical union.

 

 

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