Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Where Have You Bean?

Now that my constant companion these days, Pluto, is making a four month stop on my 11th house ruler, Uranus, I got to thinking about this Aquarius thing. Well feeling it, actually. As Saturn in Leo now is toppling our current leadership, Aquarius is strengthening the humanitarian connection. It's a little too soon to see the results, but they will be forthcoming.
The dissolving of outworn structures in the rulership realm is just about over. It's changed my life, as I've cautiously joined with my fellows here in this new dimension, sharing my visions on a daily basis. And so, with all these newfound friends, and many more to come, I ask, "where have you bean all my life?"
The group reminds of these beans. Every one unique, yet similar in basic appearance. Together and apart.
They don't stand alone. Can you imagine one pinto on your plate? 


Anonymous juju said...

acoustigod, I watched Colbert and Willie nelson last night too. I agree about the press club dinner. I think the current state of affairs has demanded that everyone push back, and maybe that is why blatant in-your-face people like Colbert and Sasha Baron Cohen feel like just what the doctor ordered. They just carry the extremist positions of the right to the logical conclusions, and show how imbecilic their policies are. Maybe helping along the dissolving of old structures. No bowing down to false authority.

Is Colbert's sang-froid due to his Taurusness?

As to beans, the only contests I have ever won are the guess how many beans are in the jar kind. I won two tickets to the Stones by guessing the exact number of stones in a jar.

21/3/07 4:33 PM  
Blogger jm said...

This is so weird, juju. I just fell asleep and had a dream about people who were staying with me leaving my house feeling like a message was delivered. In terms of detachment maybe. Familiar people going. Or even leaving my own cacoon. Hard to tell.

Then found your post. That is so funny about the stones and the Stones. I thought it was impossible to do what you do did; guess the exact number.

I just noticed where the supoenas have been approved. Defying the executive has come just in the nick of time, and fits exactly with the transit of dissolving.

The thing about Colbert and the others, is the upholding of political satire that has been a great American tradition. As long as that was going on these years, and it was, I felt confident.

It's almost numbing to see this dissolution, and I think it's even more far-reaching than we imagine.

Taurus is known for not caring about others' criticism, although it varies. They operate from a center within themselves moreso than any other type.
It dawned on me why Willie has had his longevity in performance. He always travels in his own bus, taking it easy, and enjoying the process. They say the bus is wonderfully comfortable. Very Taurean and unlike the others in his field. I'll get there when I get there. He's stayed there. This is the approach I've been after. Not grasping and chasing too hard and fast, although I do need to learn to grasp a little, instead of letting everything slip away from me.

I have yet to get a grasp on my feelings about the current state of affairs, since I haven't been following the details. All I hope is that none of the presidential runners now seize the WH. They say we are due for more bad leadership, but I'm not so sure.

21/3/07 5:06 PM  
Blogger jm said...

The thing about the political washing away, is the personal dissolution going on concurrently. Some people I notice are doing OK, others are lost and afraid, as things leave their lives or no longer provide support.
There will be one more exact opposition at the end of June, then on our way.

I had a huge illusion shattered about a month ago, but knowing what I do, I was ready. Willing really.

21/3/07 5:11 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I will add, in terms of you, juju, your Sun-Pluto conjunction in Leo in the 11th (the Aquarius house), a deep connection with the collective now being crossed by this Saturn. This encourages me. Sometimes these events happen and people don't respond, so I'm always glad to see those that come to the call.

Your Venus ruler of your chart, is conjunct the Midheaven, more public destiny. I'm glad you're doing it, although a couple of years of some retreat is up ahead.

I've had a lot of retreat, and coming out is new to me. If I get really really lucky, there will be a better socio-political climate when I get completely out.

21/3/07 5:21 PM  
Anonymous jane said...

Can you imagine one pinto on your plate?

Funny that you should mention ~pinto~ beans specifically. They are my favorite bean. After not having had any for months, I had some for dinner in a restaurant last night, and just came home with some from the grocery store this afternoon, to cook up my own favorite way.

21/3/07 6:29 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Jane! Really??

And what, pray tell, is your favorite way to cook them?

21/3/07 6:54 PM  
Anonymous jane said...

My variation on the Moosewood restaurant's Refritos.

21/3/07 7:36 PM  
Anonymous casey said...

"I been warped by the rain, driven by the snow
I'm drunk and dirty don't ya know, and I'm still, willin'"...

21/3/07 8:45 PM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

Aquarian beans. Reminds me of hearing a near death experiencer talk about his encounters with tall "beings of light." "Beans of light?", a woman queried in puzzlement at what he distinctly said. "Yes, beings of light!", he repeated, his Southern voice ringing affirmatively.

21/3/07 10:24 PM  
Blogger jm said...

My variation on the Moosewood restaurant's Refritos.

That doesn't tell me jack!

21/3/07 10:46 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Beans of light?

No. beings of light.

Hey! don't you mean "beams" of light"??

21/3/07 10:48 PM  
Blogger jm said...

his Southern voice ringing affirmatively.


21/3/07 10:49 PM  
Anonymous jane said...

Refried Beans
(which, btw are never fried at all!)

2 cups dry pinto beans

2 to 3 tbsp olive oil
1 large onion, chopped
1 green pepper, chopped
1 or 2 cloves garlic, minced
2 tsp cumin
1 ½ tsp salt
black pepper

Soak and cook the beans. (You can use canned, but it just doesn’t taste the same!)

Heat the oil, saute the onion, green pepper, garlic, cumin, salt and pepper.

Mash the beans with a potato masher and add to the above, or vice versa.

Cook everything a little bit more.

(Add a bit of water if too thick.)

I never actually ~follow~ this recipe. I also add coriander and other spices as per my mood.

There. Is that better? :-D

(Sounds 'simple' and it is, but oh so very yummy!)

21/3/07 11:20 PM  
Anonymous jane said...

Bean-eating beings beaming beatifically.


21/3/07 11:23 PM  
Anonymous jane said...

...into the light.


21/3/07 11:23 PM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

"Hey! don't you mean 'beams' of light"??"

"Bean-eating beings beaming beatifically."

Well, I was just about to say: We had bean burritos of de-light for dinner here, so either way can work. :-)

21/3/07 11:25 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I bean told exactly what I needed to know. Great recipe.

There. Is that better? :-D

I'm satisfied, ma'am. Now if I could only get a scoop and roll it in a tortilla, my life would be complete.


21/3/07 11:29 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I can see I'm a-mung friends.

21/3/07 11:30 PM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...


Full of de-light!

21/3/07 11:32 PM  
Blogger jm said...

As a matter of fact, I was planning on having string beams for dinner.

21/3/07 11:32 PM  
Blogger jm said...

That's what a quantum physicist eats.

21/3/07 11:34 PM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

Hmmm. "A bean is a slang term in Florida for a pill of ecstasy or MDMA."

21/3/07 11:38 PM  
Blogger jm said...


slang is endlessly fascinating.

21/3/07 11:41 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I bean wondering.

How did the cultivation start? Are there wild beans? Or did they morph from some other thing?

21/3/07 11:48 PM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

"I can see I'm a-mung friends."

Friends, they all bean it together.

21/3/07 11:50 PM  
Anonymous jane said...

Stop farting around!! :-P

21/3/07 11:57 PM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

"How did the cultivation start? Are there wild beans? Or did they morph from some other thing?"

They go back ages before recorded human history. Yes, I think there were wild varieties to begin with. They're basically a kind of dry fruit.

21/3/07 11:59 PM  
Blogger jm said...

They bean throught it, all right.

We've just bean through the bush bean, too.

22/3/07 12:00 AM  
Blogger jm said...


What.... me fart??????

Uh oh. Here we go. Fart talk always gets wild!

22/3/07 12:02 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Dry fruit. Really?????????

22/3/07 12:04 AM  
Anonymous jane said...

Are there wild beans?

Well, essentially, beans are the seeds of some ~flowers~, and all flowers started out wild...

I used to grow scarlet runner beans, which have gorgeous bright red flowers. Now, you are supposed to eat the bean -pod~, but one year, I was unable to harvest them in time, and the 'seeds' ('beans') inside the pods grew big and hard, rendering the pods useless for eating. I figured, hey! that's how 'dry beans' come into being, and so I let them keep on doing their thing, and harvested the seeds/beans instead of the pods, later in the season. They were so BEAUTIFUL looking, a dark almost black purplish with pink swirls, I kept some in a pretty jar on a windowsill just for the pleasure of looking at them... The rest I cooked, and they were very tasty! :-)

22/3/07 12:05 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Of course, jane. Seeds.
Great story. what a great Aquarius rising experiment.

22/3/07 12:09 AM  
Blogger jm said...

You mentioned before your huge garden, so I guess you are adept at this and love it.

22/3/07 12:11 AM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

"Dry fruit. Really?????????"

Technically. :-) It's the seed part of the plant.

22/3/07 12:14 AM  
Blogger jm said...

No wonder I like them so much. I feel wholesome and good taking in a bowl of bean soup. Like I'm doing something right. There's more to it than just the protein and all. The germ plasm factor. I've been on a sunflower seed kick.

22/3/07 12:20 AM  
Blogger jm said...

We don't really have flesh eating teeth. I wonder about this.

22/3/07 12:21 AM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

Hence the kiddie song about the musical fruit that makes one toot (or something like that).

The Musical Fruit

Peas and Beans Ltd, a British research firm, cannot get grants to study their founder’s field of expertise: flatulence. To get something going, P&B has teamed up with M-scan, a company that makes “highly efficient chemical sniffing equipment,” says P&B’s Dr. Colin Leakey. Dr. Leakey thus used a “flatometer” to discover that “there is about a 10:1 difference in the flatus gas of acetone and 2-propanol.” His research helped him develop a new variety of bean that appears “to have higher digestibility and lower flatulence.” (Reuters)

22/3/07 12:22 AM  
Blogger jm said...

One goes like this..

Peas and beans are good for your heart
The more you eat'em the more you fart
The more you fart the better you feel
So eat your beans for every meal!

My personal favorite.

22/3/07 12:30 AM  
Blogger jm said...

A flatometer!!!!


22/3/07 12:31 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Dr. Leakey thus used a “flatometer”

Uh-oh. A Leaky flatometer.

22/3/07 12:32 AM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

LOL! That story has got to be a joke, of course. But it's funny. "Dr. Colin Leakey"!

"There's more to it than just the protein and all."

Black beans reportedly have the most antioxidants.

Mmm-mm. I used to like listening to a David Soul song that goes, "All I want is some black bean soup/And you to make it with me."

Black Bean Soup
All I want is black bean soup
And you to make it with me
Honey won't you
Be my love while love will stay
And wear your ribbons for me

Boil those black beans, honey
Mash them up real well
One big soft tomato
Just a handful of sorrel, well
Cut up your chilly pepper
Squeeze that garlic smell
One mouthful of drippings
A granddaddy onion and well, well, well

All I want...

Well I've been kicked in the head a few times
But that just made me high
I believe in the good things now
You know black bean soup don't lie, lie, lie....

Words and music by Gardner McKay/David Soul

22/3/07 12:34 AM  
Blogger jm said...

the flatus gas

Exceptional field of study.

I come from a family that engaged in robust release of this aforementioned flatus gas. I've heard that some groups frown on this? I can't imagine it, in intimate circles.

So, are there really nonflatulent families?

22/3/07 12:37 AM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

"My personal favorite."

I can just picture a bunch of humorous plaques hung in a bathroom, extolling the virtues of beans.

22/3/07 12:38 AM  
Blogger jm said...

I love black beans.

And I love the tune!!!

I sometimes write food tunes, and they are delightful. Thanks kad.

22/3/07 12:39 AM  
Blogger jm said...

I can just picture a bunch of humorous plaques hung in a bathroom, extolling the virtues of beans.

Another great idea. We really should capitalize on this talent.

22/3/07 12:42 AM  
Blogger jm said...

A granddaddy onion and well, well, well

Just my kind of lyric.

22/3/07 12:44 AM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

"So, are there really nonflatulent families?"

Hmm, well, I'm not at all prone to gas, but my mother is, ha ha! Maybe we eat different foods.

Gas is due to incomplete digestion...or difficult to digest substances. I suppose the type of intestinal flora affects the incidence, too.

"49 was the mean age of patients hospitalised for flatulance and related conditions in England 2002-03 (Hospital Episode Statistics, Department of Health, England, 2002-03)"

22/3/07 12:46 AM  
Blogger jm said...

hospitalised for flatulance

Uh oh. I'd better be careful. I wonder if jail is also a possibility?

22/3/07 12:48 AM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

"Just my kind of lyric."

I think it was on the B side of a 45 that I had. I probably liked it better than the A side! Hmm, I think I gave all those records away.

22/3/07 12:48 AM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

"I wonder if jail is also a possibility?"

LOL!!! If all those inclined to that were massed in one jail, it might create a fire hazard. :-)

22/3/07 12:50 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Gas is due to incomplete digestion...

I would think all digestion is somewhat incomplete. I can't imagine no gas.

22/3/07 12:50 AM  
Blogger jm said...

I think it was on the B side of a 45 that I had. I probably liked it better than the A side!

Happens to me all the time.
I took a test recently and when the results were compared to the others, almost every one of my answers was least selected. I wasn't surprised, but then I though, "Oh no. how am I supposed to fit in?"

If all those inclined to that were massed in one jail, it might create a fire hazard. :-)

What a thought.

22/3/07 12:54 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Seriously, though.

Why is the sound of gas leaving the human body so funny?

22/3/07 12:57 AM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

Well, some spices and yogurt bacteria reduce flatulence. That's probably one difference between my diet and my mother's. She also eats a lot of bready yeasty things, which I don't go for.

22/3/07 12:58 AM  
Blogger jm said...

She also eats a lot of bready yeasty things, which I don't go for.

There you go.
You really don't eat bread? I live on it.

22/3/07 1:05 AM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

I eat a limited amount of wheat. I suspect I have a minor allergy to it, which probably has something to do with my not being attracted to it. I seem to naturally avoid foods that don't suit my body.

My sister inherited a great love of breads. Somehow, I didn't. Oh, well! I do have carbohydrates in other forms, though, such as rice and corn chips.

22/3/07 1:10 AM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

"I took a test recently and when the results were compared to the others, almost every one of my answers was least selected."

Was it the one on that yoga teacher's Web site??? I had a lot of least selected responses, too!

22/3/07 1:15 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Corn chips!!!!!!!!!!!

Almost as good as cheetos!

I love corn. All forms.

I seem to naturally avoid foods that don't suit my body.

Seems logical. I guess people defy this. It's hard to tell with how out of wack they are in general. Why are people drawn to unhealthy foods?

As I've aged, I eat less and am much more particular. If I don't like the taste completely, I don't eat it, whereas before, if I there was a moderate reaction, I would go ahead and swallow. Even hunger doesn't make me do that now.

22/3/07 1:20 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Was it the one on that yoga teacher's Web site??? I had a lot of least selected responses, too!

So you too. No wonder we get along..:-)

But you fit in all right. So maybe it's not a problem. Or just pretend to go along with the majority.

Almost every one was last for me. I was oddly comforted and a little worried at the same time..:-)
I'm interested in your selections. Maybe we could go through it.

I remember I picked a car for fun. Not popular. But I was suprised that it wasn't.

22/3/07 1:25 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Oh, and I remember. the one I picked with the others, was the picture of love.

22/3/07 1:40 AM  
Blogger Kadimiros said...

"I love corn. All forms."

A big favorite. :-)

"I guess people defy this."

I am so much happier eating what I want to eat. My mother used to insist I try bananas again. I kept telling her that they made my mouth itch. And she thought I'd lose weight eating as I pleased. But I've gained weight. :-)

"But you fit in all right. So maybe it's not a problem."

I do fit in? Well, I forget how many least selected were in the results I had, but it was a serious preponderance. Sounds like you came up with more least selected responses than I did. :-)

"Or just pretend to go along with the majority."

Well, I can match other people's rhythms for a bit if I really want to. But I don't have to. :-)

"I'm interested in your selections. Maybe we could go through it."

I didn't save the results, but I may remember some of the responses. I could try it again, maybe.

Let's see. There was chocolate, and a child painting a cut-out giraffe, a mountain lake, some kind of cozy island path, a meditation image, a couple embracing, a ballot form for voting, a blue bedroom....

But, woops, I better get a few hours sleep for now, I have a conference to work on in the morning. Good night!

22/3/07 1:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love me some refried beans. In fact I had some at both lunch and dinner tonight.

I myself thought about starting to make my own refried beans, but it seams that it takes forever to cook. In Mexican homes you always find a pot of beans on the stove. It's a fixture there.

I avoid mexican restaurants that have bad beans (like Chevy's).

Turkey chili is a favorite healthy thing to buy: lots of fiber, tons of protein: perfect!

22/3/07 1:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glad to learn I'm not the only one here that watches Colbert. He's got to have quite a bit of Mutable energy himself. He's so quick-witted.

22/3/07 1:57 AM  
Blogger jm said...

My mother used to insist I try bananas again. I kept telling her that they made my mouth itch.

LOL. Very unusual reponse. I wouldn't eat a banana if you paid me.

'nite kad. Get your zzzzz's.

22/3/07 1:58 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Acousticgod!!! How'd it go?

Let's look him up. You might be right about the mutable. I'm loaded with mutable.

22/3/07 1:59 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Four mutables. Leo Moon. Aries Mars. Venus in Gemini, like me. Good with words. They come easily.

And most interesting, South Node in Capricorn. No wonder he hates authority.

22/3/07 2:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I posted in the other thread about my experience tonight. It was alright. Kind of odd. I did perform, and it was ok. I didn't really set myself up right (sitting on a stool with my guitar not strapped on), and it gave me constant trouble through my song. My right leg was bouncing like crazy, and I kept fighting to control it in order to keep my guitar in position. I should have just stood with my guitar strapped on. Then my Gemini nervousness wouldn't have been able to wreak as much havoc. The people were very supportive, though, and I picked a complex enough song and got through it well enough to not feel terribly embarrassed at my performance. I performed cold as well. I figured that if I can do it on my own (at home), I ought to be able to do it out. I wasn't in a totally comfortable place, though, and that unfortunately came through. Oh well. I know I'm good, so my ego isn't terribly wrapped up in tonight's performance.

22/3/07 2:34 AM  
Blogger jm said...

I should have just stood with my guitar strapped on.

I hear ya. I have to have my guitar strapped on. I have a Strat now, and it's hard for me to hold. I want a fatter hollow body electric, like a Guild. What guitar do you have?

I've also been trying to decide about standing at my keybaords or sitting, or both. The optimum height is different for each. Problem.

When I stand, I can dance a bit and sing better. Put more movement into it. But when I sit, I can play with a little more precision and control the pedal better. I think I need to stand more than I have been recently. Rock and roll to some extent. Really working with this. Feeling comfortable is important. Sometimes I love to stand and push the floor.

I performed cold as well.

Big, big, big. It takes me an entire set to get warm. But I'm going to get where I can perform reasonably well cold. There's got to be a way. Still, nothing can replace a slow warm to the evening vibe. Last sets the best.

Love this music chat, acousticgod. And congrats for doing it tonight!

22/3/07 3:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I played my Takamini acoustic/electric. It's my favorite instrument. It's a tremendous sounding guitar.

Speaking of which, I'm always shocked at how many people don't base their guitar choice on the sound of the guitar. I can't stand those fiberglass-backed acoustics. Their sound is so terrible.

I do have a Tele myself. I thought it was the right choice when I bought it, but I think I might make that choice differently if I were to do it again. It doesn't inspire me to play it. I think I need an electric that plays a bit more like an acoustic. I don't deal well with electric playing easier than acoustics for some reason.

22/3/07 3:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, performing cold is pure ego I think. :D Over confidence. I'm amused with myself over that.

When I play with a ministry that feeds the homeless in San Francisco, I play bass, and I always play cold no problem. Of course, it is only bass, and I'm not responsible for singing, so I guess that's not a good comparison.

22/3/07 3:40 AM  
Blogger jm said...

It doesn't inspire me to play it. I think I need an electric that plays a bit more like an acoustic.

I do too. The Strat has the sweetest sound I've ever had in a guitar, but I just don't play it. I need a body to hold, I believe. It's sad, because of the incredible sound. And the strings melt and bend so easily. But I can feel it as we talk. The need for a hollow body. I would love to eventually learn slide guitar with the open tuning.

This is good, since I do want to do some numbers with it. Maybe after I get out and make some bread, I'll start shopping.

22/3/07 3:47 AM  
Blogger jm said...

Yeah, performing cold is pure ego I think

Good point. But I could use some more.

Of course, it is only bass, and I'm not responsible for singing, so I guess that's not a good comparison.

Yeah. Singing is unique.

The homeless. That's great. Ministries like that are a trip. I didn't know they got music.

22/3/07 3:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, I'd like to experiment with slide guitar as well. I think I've seen a small one that can stay on your finger while you play other parts traditionally. I'd probably stick with traditional tuning even doing slide, just because I have a feeling I'd like to mix regular playing with slide playing.

22/3/07 3:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah, another guy and I play music between 9:00 and 11:00.

There's a truck set up there for dispensing food, and there's another truck where people can get their hair cut. Outside the "Cosmo" truck some people wash feet and clip fingernails I think. They also send groups out on foot to bring food to the homeless where they are. It's my only religious activity and affiliation for now, and I like it.

22/3/07 4:00 AM  
Blogger jm said...

This is so so wonderful ag. What a choice for religious activity. Sometimes it's forgotten, all this good stuff. Usually overlooked.

Outside the "Cosmo" truck some people wash feet and clip fingernails I think.

Wow. You must be in a good place. Jeeeze.

22/3/07 4:03 AM  
Blogger jm said...

I'm really touched by this. There's a lot ahead of me out in the world. Such a mixed place, filled with everything. I'm going to put my stuff in with good intentions and a good attitude. This is wonderful. I'll find the good people.

22/3/07 4:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'll find the good people.

There are other aspects that talk more about me being social, but this description really hit home recently:

Moon 16th harmonic (1/16) Uranus    (Orb: 0 Deg 31 Min):

        People who do not know you well are unlikely to realize the extent to which you need to feel comfortable and free of burdensome restrictions. It is difficult for you to compromise, and follow the requirements of others, especially if you do not agree with the regulations.

I like the good people as well, and I'm at my best when not feeling constricted.

22/3/07 4:25 AM  
Blogger jm said...

I've been trying forever to figure out way to stop the constriction. It's a defensive posture, and it does seem natural, but being comfortable for me is everything. I don't know if that means inner work or being in an environment that fits, so I can automatically flow out of myself.

Having a Mercury in Cancer makes this difficult, feeling all sense impressions as I do.

22/3/07 3:06 PM  
Blogger Tseka said...

Where have i bean? Painting in the wind and rain. Now i'm listening to the music of it on the roof. Even the weather could not keep me in my house today, i needed to paint outside, fill myself up. Exhale deeply.
Here is our favorite pinto recipe. Very, very simple. Pintos, fresh onion chopped, fennel seeds and enough water to make the consistency you prefer. Cook until tender. I add some snips of fresh green from the ends of fennel when it is in season as a garnish.
Exquisite combo.
Fennel is also an anti-flatulent so for those who lack digestive enzymes for beans- here is a possibility.

22/3/07 7:15 PM  
Blogger Tseka said...

Really loved reading the adventures of others here today.

22/3/07 8:03 PM  
Anonymous jane said...

i didn't use to like fennel but now i do -- funny how one's taste buds change...

i can see the fennel being harmonious with pinto beans... must remember to try this

22/3/07 8:10 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Painting in the wind and rain. Now i'm listening to the music of it on the roof.

A refreshing word from the Far West.

Fennel is also an anti-flatulent

LOL!!! We'll be in good shape for the public.

I thought this was a good thread too.

Btw, interesting news from my friend who teaches at the Colorado Ballet. Everything has changed there and new dancers are coming in. Why? Because of a return to classicism. Right in time with Capricorn.

22/3/07 10:34 PM  
Anonymous jane said...

I am so ready for Pluto in Cap.

Very much looking forward to it.

Pluto in Sadge was necessary, and fruitful (for me personally), but I'm ready to 'graduate', to move up to the next class, and Cap will be the perfect next step.

22/3/07 10:47 PM  
Blogger jm said...

I am too. It's amazing that we feel that way considering my 0 Mars and your 0 Saturn. I wonder if this is premonition. That it's going to be productive.

I know that I need strength now to go forward with my plans and Mars is where to get it. I'm hoping.

22/3/07 10:53 PM  
Anonymous jane said...

And your MC is smack dab in the middle of that Cap. And that's where you're going, baby! :-)


22/3/07 11:18 PM  
Blogger jm said...

Goin' home!

22/3/07 11:25 PM  
Blogger jm said...

It's fascinating. I can already see the signs of my nest in retreat becoming less attractive.

22/3/07 11:27 PM  

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