The month of May is usually a busy month with Mother's Day, birthdays and graduation parties. While many people are celebrating their mothers and grandmothers, there are also people who are missing their loved ones. Holidays are wonderful, they give us opportunities to enjoy our family and friends. They also become the moments that we miss later, because the landscape of our lives is constantly changing. Life involves people coming in and out of our lives, some temporarily and, some permanently. I hope that this Mother's Day you will revel in your friends and family. Food, music and laughter, will be prominent in most of our lives this weekend. If you know someone who doesn't have a reason to celebrate, invite them to join your festivities! For many of us that involves, brunch, mimosas and flowers, a great setting to share the love. My Mother's Day event in Arizona, is my favorite event of the year because I can come together with those who miss their children, mothers and wives on a weekend that can be painful for the grieving. If I have the ability to put a smile on someone's face then, my Mother's Day is always a great one. Happy Mother's Day to all of the women who put band-aids on their children's boo boos, made birthdays special, cried when their child's heart was heavy, believed their child could do anything they put their mind to, and gave your children everything you could whether it be your time, energy, love and of course lots of dollars! There's a reason your children are so special, they had great examples to emulate.
On the 3rd of this month Mercury opposes Saturn and we have a Full Moon in Scorpio. This can create gloomy and negative thinking and intensify relationships that aren’t working. Be honest with your feelings and structure carefully what you say if you plan on breaking up with someone. With Mercury also squaring Neptune the first half of this month, confusion and miscommunication can wreak havoc with unstable relationships. Misunderstandings are bound to happen. The Full Moon may also ...read more