Has there been an influx of these females who are in love with astrology, what their horoscope says about the time of their birth and how it affects their life and their choices, their loves and their losses
Could it be because girls aren’t encouraged to become astronauts or engineers or physicists or any other position in these stem fields
So we grow and give birth to our Artistic side. Started with knitting and threading the needle through those little circle Hoops of cloth to make little Mary’s and her Lambs and playing the piano and singing hymnals for Gatherings before there were TVs or radios or Lady Gaga or Beyoncé
We are encouraged, nay, we are pushed into hobbies that can be done from home and when we seek to find income for these we are suddenly shamed and thought of as greedy little Gold Digging Whores
You can’t be an astronaut but you can be a writing assistant to the jet propulsion lab at NASA CalTech
We can get as close as psychology, the bachelor’s degree, the counseling masters, and the intro classes and the research labs. we can expand our creative side to the scientific setting, the pseudos, the ‘fake’ science, the look down at from astrophysicist setting
But at night we’re called to the stars that have to mean something more than lighting up the night sky which filters into the bedroom when you’re lying next to the man that you should have left months ago but you just hope he rolls over and tell you he loves you
I’m a Virgo that has to mean something. My moon is in Scorpio and that has to mean something.
The moment of my birth has to have meaning. My life, my choices, my success, and my failures have to have meaning.
I have to mean something.
Frankie James, a Memphian currently living along the beaches of Southern Florida, has lusted after knowledge since her birth on a Monday morning at 5:39 A.M. She’s obtained two Bachelor’s, English and Psychology, and has traveled to France, Belgium, Canada, and China. Currently her days are spent alternating between being a substitute teacher and barista, spreading out on the beach, and writing in her collection of pretty patterned notebooks.