This week marks the sixth anniversary of this blog. Until recently, I posted just about every day and it has been an incredible way to meet people from around the world and share astrological information.
Perhaps it is my second Saturn Return, but I am feeling a bit burned out. I am going to give myself a two-week blog vacation and will return in early December. There are six years’ worth of archives, though, so please satisfy your astro obsession in the archives of this blog and by visiting my friends who are blogrolled in the sidebar.
I will still be posting astrological updates on my Facebook page and will probably post for the New Moon coming up next week. Have a great two weeks and I’ll be back soon. :)
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Good for you Lynn – I’m doing the same thing. I think many of us just plain run out of steam around Thanksgiving. Always a signal to me to get some rest. My business is always slow this time of year and I too am just plain tired. As so with the smarter indigenous people – energy out – energy in. Just like the moon. (Is feminine energy just plain wiser?) It’s my turn too just to take it in now. Rest and then return rested. And a moment to give thanks to you Lynn, for all you do all year round for so many of us.
Thanks Peg – it’s not easy for us Saturn/Sun types to take a break so it has to become almost a mission to do it!
Isn’t Neptune stationing close to your MC? It’s probably his doing!
Neptune thankfully is nearly finished with my MC, it has been a long road of confusion but the light is beginning to shine through the fog. :)
It’s not my blogversary, but I have Neptune stationing opposite my Asc. I’ve started writing a sci-fi story instead of a blog. So I might not be around much for a few weeks either!
A break is nice but hopefully afterwards we get the Ron Paul we were promised. I haven’t forgotten.
Sorry to hear you’re burnt out. Get well soon, hoping for a speedy recovery. Saturn transits really can wipe people out – I usually end up with flu with them!
Have a nice break, and Happy Thanksgiving, Lynn. The new moon is exactly conjunction my ascendant, so I’m hoping for a new and better year to come.
oh nooo! what will we do without you? *_*
Dear Lynn, thank you for all your efforts over the years, you’re part of my daily news reading routine. And it if weren’t for your introduction, I probably wouldn’t know of Astrotabletalk, whose blog I also enjoy. May your batteries recharge fully!
Thanks for all of your comments! One more week and I’ll be back in the saddle.