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Sep 15, 2020 - 22:20
Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » Sunnyshadow
I got 37–I’m actually kind of surprised—I’ve definitely been described as the dreamy, sensitive, out-there type :4: Though 37 is still considered high. My 6th house Neptune and it’s aspects has strong influence.
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Sep 15, 2020 - 02:34
General Astrology: Speech delay
Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » Dan61
Hi Dan, who are you talking of if you don’t mind me asking? Any placements of theirs that stick out to you?

What does this person’s 3rd house look like? Is there possibly Saturn there (doesn’t deny, but delay...in time things get easier), or Saturn squaring a planet in the 3rd? Neptune there too I would think could contribute to speech confusion.

What about this person’s 12th house? Any chance it’s on the Gemini cusp, or Mercury is there?
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Sep 14, 2020 - 03:57
Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » rohini moon
Late to the game here, but thank you for posting this—this resonates so well for me as a Libra moon. Although my mom has always been, and still is, helpful in the practical realm, emotionally, I never felt supported by her. It didn’t help that my dad was absent and had his own issues. I do find within my family and group of friends, I’m often the middle person, mediating other people’s problems, and have a tendency to push my own feelings under the rug so the group as a whole is happy.

It is true, the inner child thing, and what has helped actually is having my own children...I can connect with them in a way that they help bring back out that inner child, that lighter side.
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Sep 14, 2020 - 01:03
General Astrology: Sleep ...ZZzZzzz..
Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » rohini moon
:4: Maybe now that you’ve remembered, you’ll have more :4:

Seriously, the most bizarre one was where I learned how to fly, and then I signed my son up for a flying class in school :75:
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Sep 14, 2020 - 00:50
General Astrology: Sleep ...ZZzZzzz..
Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » rohini moon
No matter what, my body seems to want to be nocturnal...even with kids and a morning job, and being forced on the daytime shift, my body has never felt comfortable with this...I find my body wanting to drift into staying up later and sleeping later.

Before kids, my sleep was so erratic—maybe 5 hours at night and a couple naps during the day...but it worked for me 😀 Could that be Gemini on 12th cusp?

My dreams have always been very animated and odd too...usually pleasant though. Lots of flying dreams—I happen to enjoy those :1:
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Sep 12, 2020 - 18:55
General Astrology: Mr. Mars/Headaches
Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » rohini moon
When you say your Mars went into Aries, do you mean in Sidreal, and are you referring to your transits? For some reason the site won’t let me take a look at that. If so, thankfully Mars transits are relatively short-lived—hang in there.

Interesting when you mentioned my sidereal—Mars is debilitated in Cancer, that would make sense. Aries NN, that would make sense why I’m getting more as I’ve gotten older.
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Sep 12, 2020 - 18:10
General Astrology: Mr. Mars/Headaches
Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » rohini moon
I do—and I wouldn’t wish them on anyone :24: I didn’t have them too bad when younger, but they’ve gotten worse as I’ve gotten older. I’m still undecided what house system to use, but in equal signs, I have Mars in the first house. I also have Mars conjunct Mercury (neurological?). I get the types of migraines that affect my balance and I also lose my depth perception with them. Thankfully I’m on the right meds—I used to get migraines almost every day—now I get them every couple weeks.
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Sep 11, 2020 - 01:18
Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » dani_mae1
This one is fun, thanks for posting this Dani :1:

Here are mine:

Positives:

Driven (Leo Sun)
Diplomatic (Libra Moon)
Empathetic (Cancer Ascendent)

Negatives:

Temperamental (Leo Sun)
Indecisive (Libra Moon)
Moody (Cancer Ascendent)
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Sep 8, 2020 - 01:26
General Astrology: Children and birth/5th house
Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » IntoTheVoid
I thought I’d answer here because I don’t think my case is a typical case. I have what some may consider malefics in the 4th and 5th houses (Pluto in 4th, and Saturn in 5th, squaring my sun). Husband’s Saturn is also in my 5th. No restrictions in getting pregnant, but I did have problems with preterm labor later in pregnancy.

I know traditionally, Saturn in the 5th has been known to shrink family size, or cause delays in starting a family for various reasons, but that hasn’t been my case. Saturn is also about responsibility and hard work. I can’t say I had an easy childhood, so I take parenthood very seriously. On top of that, our circumstances right now is that we must both work full time while raising our kids, with little outside support from anyone—Saturns reflection of hard work and responsibility.
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Aug 24, 2020 - 10:41
Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » IntoTheVoid
I’ve had some, but the one, but I’ll share that resonates with me the most...hang in there, this one is long.

Back in early 2011, I had a very vivid dream where I was in the hospital, and the doctor told me my baby would be born very soon. The date in my dream was April 7, and I was 33 weeks pregnant. I told the doctor, “No, this can’t be,” and he just reiterated “Your baby will be born.”

In my dream, my baby was then born, a boy, over 5 pounds, big for a 33-week preemie, healthy, and a calm, quiet baby. Fast-forward in my dream 1 1/2 years and he was a sweet boy with curly light brown hair.

Back to real life now...by the summer, I had written the dream off as a coincidence—I had gotten pregnant, but I was due in January, and my first son was born.

Fast forward to 2013, I’m pregnant with my 2nd child. William is 15 months old. I wake up one morning with contractions. I lie in bed, but they won’t go away. I then get up, hoping I can walk them off—my little boy can’t be born now—I’m only 33 weeks pregnant. Suddenly my water breaks! My husband and I call my mom, who comes to watch William, and we go to the hospital.

In the hospital, I get some drugs to successful stop labor, while the doctors decide whether to keep my baby inside me for more time or induce. Later that evening, they tell my my baby will be born very soon, that they will re-induce labor the next morning. This all happened on...April 7.

Alex was born the next day, April 8, 2013, 5 pounds, 4 oz, healthy (his main NICU issues were feeding), quiet, and sweet. I even had a moment when holding him in the NICU, where he opened his eyes and looked at me, and I had this deja vu feeling, like he has known me for a long time.

Fast forward a year and a half later, and Alex did have that curly light brown hair like in my dream, and was (and still is) very sweet and mellow.
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Aug 21, 2020 - 03:48
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Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » N_thecat
Thank you :27:
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Aug 21, 2020 - 03:46
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Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » Astro-Seek.com
Thank you!

I don’t know a whole lot about cycling, so I looked it up—apparently, looks like 2:12 is an awesome time for a 50-miler!

15th and 26th place is really darn good, and with only 350 training miles, that speaks that you’ve got some serious natural talent.

“I hit the wall with 5 miles to go and, sadly saw some riders pass me by on the 2nd Century.”

I have had this experience in running, and sorry you have had to have it in cycling—not pleasant by any means. Fargo Marathon (ND, USA)—I ran the early miles way to fast, and by mile 22 had nothing left—got passed left and right as my muscles cramped and I could barely move forward.
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Aug 20, 2020 - 17:13
Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » Nani Lei
Well-put, thank you 😊 :74:
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Aug 20, 2020 - 17:11
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Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » Astro-Seek.com
Hi Chadjames,

Back in college, on the track, I ran 17:40 for a 5K and 37:07 for a 10K, then after college 1:27 for the half marathon (13.1), and 3:13 for the marathon (26.2).

I took a break from competition after that to start a family, and in the last couple of years got back into it, mostly 5k’s, got my road 5K down to 18:28, and ran a marathon last year in 3:27. I trained for a marathon last spring, but that got cancelled.

Do you run too?
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Aug 20, 2020 - 17:04
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Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » dani_mae1
Thank you for the well-wishes, dani_mae1. Shopping with my mom soon, and husband took the day off :27:
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Aug 20, 2020 - 17:03
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Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » Promethean_Soul
:1: thank you 😊
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Aug 20, 2020 - 17:02
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Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » Milami
Thank you! :5:
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Aug 20, 2020 - 17:00
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Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » Aiax66
Thanks 🙂
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Aug 20, 2020 - 17:00
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Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » Astro-Seek.com
Thank you—there’s a 5k Sept 12 (Run for the Fallen, race to honor those lost on 9/11) that so far hasn’t been cancelled—planning to do this one if it doesn’t get cancelled.
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Aug 20, 2020 - 16:58
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Sun Sign - LeoRunnerChic85 » Nani Lei
Thank you :1:
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