Your Horoscope by Susan Miller
Last month may have been fun, and you seem to be poised for a second wind in January, a joyous and romantic period. The last week in December, with its special full moon in Cancer, may have warmed your heart with messages from friends, and one friend may have surprised you with an act of kindness last month. You miss your friends, but with a pandemic raging, hearing from them should bring you happiness.
The virus will eventually tone down, especially with a vaccine in the pipeline and almost ready to reach your age group and occupation. There is an astrological reason to be hopeful too—Jupiter and Pluto spread the virus and now have gradually separated and are going their separate ways. By January 12, these planets will be far enough apart to stop causing the spikes of infection that we saw in November and December. Saturn is still close to Jupiter, however, so we need these two to separate too—that will happen by the end of March. Certainly, you will start to see the light at the end of the tunnel soon, but by all means, do not let down your guard. Never let pandemic fatigue influence your actions.
A lovely period for romance will come in the days and weeks that follow the new moon, January 12. Pluto will conjoin the new moon, giving you passion and energy. This new moon sparkles, and it will open the door for more fun and affection for you in the coming weeks and months. If you are single, this new moon will be strong enough to help you meet someone new and fascinating, perhaps introduced to you by a friend. (Be careful, however. Start with long phone calls—this is no time to meet in person yet.)