A Note from Susan Miller
My former husband, Don Miller, died this morning, Saturday, May 1, at 8:34 AM in the city we always lived, New York City, Manhattan.
He was in a hospital, and the nurse called today to give us—me and my two daughters, Chrissie, who lives here in New York City, and Diana, who flew in from Los Angeles—the heartbreaking news. They did say his passing was natural, as his organs failed him. They had kept him very comfortable, and we were told he never felt pain. There were no decisions to make, and there was nothing that could be done. The finality of death is so chilling. I felt so sorry he could not have lived longer and had to pass this way.
Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
You seem intent on finding ways to make more money, and your timing is good. A large expense may have come up last month at the full moon of April 26, causing your bank account to be rapidly drained of money. The good news is more money will likely flow in. Here is why you should remain optimistic.
The new moon of May 11 in Taurus, 21 degrees, will soon appear in your eighth house of other people’s money. This is the money that comes to you through company benefits and perks or through money you earned that is not classified as salary. To clarify, you will be luckiest with money you get outside of your salary, including commissions, royalties, licensing fees, residuals, government stimulus checks, cash advances, or perks from your company, such as a fine health insurance policy or matching funds for tuition (benefits that would cost quite a bit, if you had to pay for them yourself). There are also perks that make life easier, such as the ability to work at home or more paid vacation days, for example.
The eighth house can bring money from venture capital, sponsors, advertisers, or from banks that provide loans and mortgages. Wealth might also come from investments, such as equity in your employer’s company or stocks you own that suddenly split and appreciate in value. I am giving you a panoramic view of this area of your chart to inspire you to think about the many potential sources of money. Also included would be an inheritance or prize winnings, which, of course, are less likely to bring you the windfall you need. (Well, maybe you could be a contestant on a TV game show and win the big prize. That’s unlikely, but fun to think about, right?)