This week a romance may be rekindled or friendship from your distant past may be reborn, Virgo. Someone is likely reaching out to you to start up things again.
The week begins on September 13 with Jupiter in Capricorn, in your house of creativity, children, and fertility, now moving forward again. Virgo natives who are looking to expand the family can find good luck with fertility assistance, adoption, or adopting a pet.
September 14 has the sun, in your own sign of Virgo (happy birthday), blowing a kiss to Pluto in your house of romance. This harmonious energy may not be coming in quietly on little cat feet, but storming in like a pride of lions. Right now, you or your beloved may feel extraordinarily motivated to make things work. This is restless energy that makes it difficult to concentrate on other things, but the roaring could change to contented purring in no time.
The week continues and on September 15, Venus, in your house of rest and recuperation, is woken by Uranus, in your house of exhilaration. Perhaps you have designated today to relax however there is excitement afoot as you stumble into some new topic. You feel ready to jump in with both feet and you're flirting with the idea of clearing your schedule for the rest of the week to immerse yourself.
The new moon in your own sign of Virgo arrives on September 17, marking the beginning of the most significant four-week period for you this year. Things started during this period are likely to manifest into something viable. On the same day, the sun joins with the moon and melts together with Saturn in Capricorn. This is a good day for planning, checklists, and outlines. Download apps to help you stay on target. Today, you can make progress in the areas of your life that are the most important to you.
Toward the end of the week on September 18, Mercury in your house of money attempts to modify Neptune in dreamy Pisces. If today you are planning to attempt to get your sweetheart on board with an extreme budget or investment plan, you may be disappointed. It would be like trying to rope in a cloud. Your words are not heard, or perhaps not understood, and you're just making the cloud angry. Don't let someone else rain on your parade. Do what you can on your own right now.