Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Once Venus enters compatible Sagittarius, from October 7 to November 5, you may get a chance to take a glorious weekend trip to the country, perhaps to enjoy the change of seasons. Mother Nature is at her best in May and October (Venus rules both months), so don’t miss the magnificent landscape. Your most spectacular weekend to go away will be October 9-10, and if possible, leave after work on Friday, October 8. I like the weekend of October 30-31 even more.
If you’re married, at the full moon October 20, you can now make a pact with your one and only for a goal you’d both like to achieve, such as buying a house or having a baby. If you have no romantic partner, you may use this new moon to sign official papers with an expert, perhaps someone you want to join your business. Make your formal commitment after Mercury turns direct on October 18, and avoid buying electronics and signing contracts until then, too.
We must backtrack a little because when it comes to romance, it will be hard to beat October 15 when Jupiter, the great planet of good fortune currently in your house of love, will send a beam to the transiting Sun in Libra. Everyone of every sign will enjoy this day, but you will enjoy it more, for both planets are in fellow air signs and speaking directly to you. At month’s end, you will likely enjoy October 28 when Venus and Jupiter will be in communication. Plan something special and meaningful for both evenings to celebrate your love. If you are unattached, circulate!
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