Now that the Full Moon’s light is easing a bit, you might feel as though you can pace your day-to-day activities at a more balanced speed. Ceres, the goddess of harvests and food, went direct over the weekend in late degrees of Virgo, and so for those living in the warmer hemisphere, this may be the ideal week to tend or plant your new gardens, because Ceres does like being in Virgo. She is opposite Neptune, which is water, so one of the challenges here may be on how to irrigate efficiently for maximum use of water with the least amount of waste. If you already have sprinklers or drip systems set in place, take a moment, and check your garden for broken hoses, or water lines that may have worsened over the winter storms.
This is also the last week of Mercury retrograde as it goes direct on Sunday May 14 on Mother’s Day at 5̊ Taurus 50’ Note this day in your day planner or phone, because there is a huge eclipse on this degree on October 28, 2023. Any ideas discussed right now at meals with your family or friends may be the starting point of something that really comes to fruition closer to the end of the year. Even if you are fantasizing about how you want to live or work or how you see your next few months, take note of these, and then step into the vision and see how it feels. Do not judge it, but just see how it feels, because there is something ‘there’ that is screaming to get out.
If there have been any papers, documents, or contracts hanging around waiting to be completed, the last three days of this week are an exciting time to sit down and get them done before May 16 when Jupiter leaves fast moving Aries and enters the more mellow Taurus.