Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
This new moon of April 11 will be in the right position to support you and your impending partnership. If you hope to join forces with someone to accomplish a goal in your personal or public life, your timing would be ideal. It was—and still is—a great time to become engaged. If you’ve been attached for a while, it’s the right time to make decisions that will affect your future together. If you would like to add a baby to your family or do something special for a child you have now, such as send your child to camp or hire a tutor to help boost his or her grades, you could not wish for a better time to do so.
The month ends with a wild full moon, April 26—unpredictable Uranus in Taurus will join the Sun, and together, directly oppose the full moon in Scorpio. This could bring completely unexpected news about your finances. Your outlook is complex—you have Saturn challenging both the Sun and full moon too, indicating possible unexpected expenses related to family or your residence.
At the same time, you have a beam of harmony linking the full moon and Mars in Cancer. Mars will be traveling through your tenth house of honors, awards, and achievement, so this could mean you’ll soon hear about a major promotion, new job, or a raise. If you do get an expense, it looks like good things are happening in your career to keep your spirits up. Let’s think good thoughts—you have a lot going for you.
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