It’s the luckiest day of the year

symbol-cloverJune 19, 2013 – You read that right. June 19, 2013 is forecast to be the luckiest day of the year, if you are a Sagittarius, that is.

According to Susan Miller’s Astrology Zone, a horoscope site that I read faithfully the first day of each month, “On June 19, the Sun and Jupiter will combine forces to create your luckiest day of the year.”

Miller adds that if your birthday falls on December 9, plus or minus five days – mine is December 9 – you will feel the energy directly.

No one loves a positive prediction more than me, but it might be a tad too much pressure for your average Wednesday. Nothing out of the ordinary is planned; I’m working all day, and then meeting a few friends for dinner tonight. That’s all quite pleasant, but perhaps on my luckiest day I should be at a casino or at least scratching off some lottery tickets.

Does it make me shallow that I associate luck with money? A better person might consider it lucky to have a good job and great friends to spend time with, and I do appreciate both.

It’s interesting that my luckiest day falls only a few days before my favorite day of the year, June 22, which I’ve written about here.

With fingers crossed and breath that is bated, I will humbly await to see how the day presents itself.

Enjoy the day, fellow Sagittarians. I hope it is lucky for all of us.


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4 thoughts on “It’s the luckiest day of the year”

  1. It’s 12:05 a.m. on June 20, and the day seemed pretty normal. But who knows what the universe set in motion on my lucky day!! It’s not always evident immediately.

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