Through chemistry, we learn that the molecules in a liquid and gas bump up against each other. When heat is added, the movement increases, and so does the frequency of contact. In human life, it works the same. Cram a lot of bodies into a room, and chances are you won’t be able to stretch… Continue reading Chemistry
In the news, there’s been a lot of talk about the Nation Security Agency, secrecy, and privacy. After listening to this past week’s PlanetWavesFM show (click hear to listen), I started thinking about all of this just bit more than normal. The Wheel of Fortune goes round and round. So does The World. If you… Continue reading Security
Conjunction Junction, what's your function? Hooking up words and phrases and clauses. Yesterday, for the middle of the week, I highlighted the red (hmm, that was fitting). All things considered, it was a good day. However, this morning I did wake with another back spasm. Now that I think about it, muscle spasms are exactly… Continue reading Conjunction Junction
Mars in Aries is like three cups of coffee when you normally have one. Sitting still is a challenge and patience a chore.With Uranus near by, it's like putting power tools in those jittery, impetuous hands. Yes, you can be very productive, but yes, you can also do some damage. Keep in mind that Mercury… Continue reading Caffeinated Prudence
Since it's Mother's Day, let's take this approach. If you are in labor right now, and give birth to a baby boy or girl around midnight CDT, then your child will have a very intriguing birth chart. Tonight, among other things, we will see a kite form in the sky to within one degree of… Continue reading Is it Time to Soar?
If I was a dad, today I would tell this to my son or daughter: There are two things in life that are very important to love: the view out your window and the view inside your head. That’s because there will be times in your life when those are what you will see more… Continue reading Two Views
One thing I love about living in Texas is that I have become reacquainted with the thunderstorm. I grew up in the Northeast, where we had some amazing displays in the summertime. However, the 20+ years in California took them more or less away from me. The climate was just too temperate for the thunderous… Continue reading A Bolt of Lightning – A Thunderous Roar