Fendi (source: aol.com)

It’s just a little less than three weeks until my Vegas vacation begins and I can’t wait!

For the last few weeks, my mind has been on my job and what I could do to make being at work a more-positive experience. In the next few days, I’ll find out if I am being promoted to a position that would allow me to exercise more control over my working environment. I’m not really a control freak, but I am certainly confident in my ability to bring order to chaos: something that that someone needs to do at my place of employment.

Nevertheless, the sun enters my eleventh house tomorrow, followed by Venus in a couple of weeks. My thoughts should turn to both the collective (and how I can make myself stand out within the collective), and my barely-existent social life.

It’s the latter that will truly benefit during my vacation. I’m meeting friends that I don’t see nearly enough. The last time we were together, we spent a little time in the Fendi boutique pictured above. It’s just been renovated, and I’m already looking forward to popping into the store to check it out. I’m a huge fan of Kim Jones’ Fendi and much of the brand’s ready-to-wear offerings. I’m not as fond of the logo-emblazoned merchandise because I’m not a Real Housewife of Atlanta, but I wouldn’t mind picking up something special while I’m there. I don’t need anything, but I’ll typically bring home something that I can’t get in Canada.

But I digress! I really do need a break from the tenth-house responsibilities I’ve been taking on over the last month or so. I have been seriously focused on being more serious about my job. I really shouldn’t feel overwhelmed with performance anxiety, but that’s what happens when the transiting sun moves through that part of my chart. I feel as if all eyes have been on me, or at least the eyes that matter.

Starting tomorrow, I won’t have to worry so much. The time for proving my worth is over, and the time for enjoying the relationships I’ve formed is here. And when my vacation begins, I’ll likely be able to rely upon my friends at work to have my back because I’ve had theirs for so long. That’s a good feeling . . .

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