Ugh! I feel like I’ve been complaining about my crappy luck for a while now. In fact, when I look back, I’ve only written a couple of posts about it over the past month. Still, it’s not like me to be pessimistic, and that bothers me. I didn’t write anything that I didn’t mean in yesterday’s post, but I still feel bad for even putting that sort of negative energy out into the universe. I’m not the self-pitying type.
So, I’m going to try to concentrate on the good things that are about to happen to me. Over the next two weeks, I’ve got half the planets in the sky forming trines with my natal sun. Sure, that’s also the point where Saturn is stuck in the sky, but Saturn is going to be supported by all of this positive energy. Also, just as these planets move out of this aforementioned trine, they cross over my natal Uranus/Pluto conjunction. That could be fun, right?
I’m going to answer that question with a resounding “Yes!” I can’t let myself feel defeated by a bad run of luck because I’m not an unlucky person. Even when things are bad in my world, they’re pretty good when you think of the alternative. I’ve had plenty of friends who didn’t make it this far. I like to think I’m the kind of person who not only makes it to the end of the film, but also the kind of person who shows up in the sequel — like Jason Voorhees. You can’t keep a good man down!
I really hate it when people say that you make your own luck because sometimes the universe has other plans for you — things like cancer, earthquakes and/or Donald Trump. Nevertheless, I do play a major role in the story line, and I do need to consider myself lucky just to be cast in this role.
So, I’m done with feeling dreadful. Part 3 is going to start filming soon and I need to be ready for it. Whatever happens, I’m going to kill it . . .