Come, see the herons

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Heron Habitat Helpers aims to protect great blue herons and their nesting colonies around Puget Sound. Group members monitor herons for particular behaviors, count the chicks and adults, and estimate the age of the chicks. The group also conducts public outreach, education and habitat restoration. The group is having an event Saturday called the Heron […]
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Software rollout failure led to Devon & Cornwall cops recording zero crime for 3 months

The Register - 27 min 27 sec ago
It’s not a crime if you don’t have a record

It is a sleepy corner of the United Kingdom, but even the southwest peninsula is likely not a place where there is no crime whatsoever for a whole quarter.…

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Miss Manners: How can I make a guest commit to her RSVP?

San Jose Mercury - 28 min 18 sec ago

DEAR MISS MANNERS: I have hosted several teas for five to eight friends, most of them around my age (mid-20s) or a little younger.

My difficulty is with RSVPs. Each time, I’ve had multiple guests tell me the day of the tea that they’re no longer able to attend — for reasons such as being tired, having work to get done or needing to go grocery shopping.

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I’ve gone to increasing lengths to formalize the event in the hope that that would build more commitment into the responses, with no success. For the most recent tea, I gave out formal handwritten invitations three weeks in advance, requested and received responses two weeks in advance, and still went from seven expected guests to four within hours of the event.

I haven’t wanted to invite more people than I can host and to expect last-minute cancellations, because it is, of course, always possible that everyone who accepts my invitation will come. I don’t want the possibility of not having a teacup, seat or scone for an expected guest.

It’s also been suggested to me that asking someone to bring a dish will make her presence feel more essential and thus make her more likely to attend. I haven’t wanted to pursue that course, either, because I very much prefer to host the tea rather than just organize it.

But I need to find some solution; neither my salary nor my energy allows for continuing to prepare for twice as many guests as will actually attend.

How can I, while being mannerly myself, request or instill a sense of commitment in my friends’ responses to my invitations?

GENTLE READER: Stop inviting the ones who consistently fail to show. That will likely be the only way to teach your guests commitment.

Asking them to bring a dish, Miss Manners agrees, is not wise. It not only compromises the pleasure of hosting, but also increases the chance that you will find yourself lacking in both a guest and something to serve for tea.

DEAR MISS MANNERS: I am going to visit my 28-year-old daughter and meet her new boyfriend, who is 41 and a Marine. I have invited them to lunch at an appropriate restaurant, and I intend to get the check.
I suspect the boyfriend will be a gentleman and insist on paying.

As the person who issued the invitation, should I insist? Or, as a lady, can I accept his gracious offer? It is very important to me that I make a proper impression.

GENTLE READER: As, one hopes, it will be for him.

You are correct that, as the person who issued the invitation, you should pay. However, if the gentleman insists, it will be better not to make a fuss and instead, graciously say, “Thank you. I hope that this is the first of many such occasions and that you will let us be the hosts next time.”

That is, Miss Manners warns, if he does indeed make that proper impression — and your daughter concurs.

Please send your questions to Miss Manners at her website,; to her email,; or through postal mail to Miss Manners, Andrews McMeel Syndication, 1130 Walnut St., Kansas City, MO 64106.

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Dear Abby: He learned things in kindergarten that made him cry

San Jose Mercury - 56 min 20 sec ago

DEAR ABBY: My grandson is 6 and very sensitive, maybe too sensitive.

He’s also lovable, super scientific-minded, good-hearted and generous with his little sister. However, he still uses a diaper at night and has CVS (cyclical vomiting syndrome). It’s heartbreaking. For that reason, he’s on a special gluten-free, no-flour, no-chocolate diet.

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The other day at school (he is in kindergarten), they had a presentation with a magician about the danger of drugs and alcohol. Just to let you know, his parents are very much into teaching their kids morals and values, and they only let him watch cartoons like “Paw Patrol” and similar programs. No movies and no TV in general.

Abby, isn’t this too early to introduce the subject of drugs and alcohol to children in school? My grandson asked, “What are drugs and what is alcohol?” Long story short, he was super scared and started to cry in class.

The school called his parents and he came home devastated. We reassured him that in our homes there are no drugs, and alcohol is in a special cabinet only for adults who use it in moderation and only occasionally because it can hurt your body and mind.

Finally, he fell asleep still crying and took a short nap. He woke up still worried about the presentation, but Mom and Dad explained there was nothing to worry about, that he was living in a safe house and nobody would hurt him or Mom or Dad and no one in his family would be hurt by drugs or alcohol.

What is your opinion on this matter of super sensitivity? I love him so much.


DEAR CONCERNED: There are many super-sensitive adults who began life as super-sensitive children. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, but children must learn to exist in and to navigate the increasingly complicated world in which they live.

Your grandson’s parents should have his pediatrician recommend a licensed child psychologist who can help the boy and his parents address the challenges ahead.

DEAR ABBY: My 34-year-old daughter is the youngest of three. She has never married and has no kids. Her friends, her older sister and both female cousins are all married.

She has been seeing a guy for about three years, but it’s a long-distance relationship. She lives in Washington state; he’s in California.

During this time, they split up once after he told her he didn’t think she was The One. After six months apart, they started seeing each other again. It has been a year now. When he asks, she flies down to see him.

My question is, how long should she stay in this relationship before getting engaged?


DEAR DAD: How long your 34-year-old daughter should stay in a relationship that appears to be headed nowhere is not for you or for me to decide.

She’s an adult who appears to have settled for a friends-with-benefits arrangement, or a “situationship.” If and when she finally concludes that it isn’t going to become anything more, she will move on.

Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at or P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

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Cunningly camouflaged cable routed around WAN-sized hole in project budget

The Register - 1 hour 26 min ago
Leaf and spine networks aren't the only way to make a connection with nature

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Five-bedroom home in Danville sells for $2.9 million

San Jose Mercury - 1 hour 27 min ago
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A spacious house located in the 100 block of Victoria Place in Danville has a new owner. The 3,892-square-foot property, built in 1999, was sold on May 11, 2023, for $2,850,000, or $732 per square foot. The property features five bedrooms, four bathrooms, an attached garage, and two parking spaces. It sits on a 0.3-acre lot, which also has a pool.

Additional houses that have recently been purchased close by include:

  • In March 2023, a 2,292-square-foot home on Mistral Court in Danville sold for $1,780,000, a price per square foot of $777. The home has 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
  • A 4,305-square-foot home on the first block of Homestead Court in Danville sold in July 2022, for $2,925,000, a price per square foot of $679. The home has 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.
  • On Homestead Court, Danville, in September 2022, a 4,305-square-foot home was sold for $2,904,545, a price per square foot of $675. The home has 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.


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Ben Roberts-Smith case: Will Australia see a war crimes reckoning?

BBC World News - 1 hour 29 min ago
A court has upheld reports that a top soldier killed unarmed Afghans - but wider questions remain.
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Person found dead near I-880 and Montague Expressway

San Jose Mercury - 1 hour 46 min ago

MILPITAS – A person was found dead at a homeless encampment near Interstate 880 and Montague Expressway on Thursday, according to the California Highway Patrol.

The discovery was reported to the CHP around 6:20 p.m., said CHP Officer Ross Lee.

The person was not killed in a traffic collision and foul play is not suspected, Lee said.

Check back for updates.

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A bigger battery and three rows of seats for US-market VW ID Buzz

ARS Technica - 1 hour 56 min ago
A blue VW ID Buzz and an orange VW T2 with some wildflowers in the foreground

Enlarge / The Buzz is an electric interpretation of the classic T2 from 1950. (credit: Volkswagen)

Good news, everyone—it's almost Volkswagen ID Buzz time. The electric minivan loved even by people who hate cars went into production in Europe last year, but only the short-wheelbase, five-seat version. Ars spent some time driving one in Denmark, where we discovered it to be quite charming but needed a few tweaks for its voyage to America. Today, VW has finally unveiled the ID Buzz that will go on sale here next year. The wheelbase is longer, and there's that important third row of seats. But it also has a bigger battery and a bit more power than the Euro-spec Buzz.

The Buzz's layout remains unchanged. There's a battery pack between the axles, but those axles are about 10 inches farther apart, and the pack now has a gross capacity of 91 kWh, an increase of 8 kWh compared to the two-row Buzz.

You don't have to get your Buzz in two-tone paint, but it helps.

You don't have to get your Buzz in two-tone paint, but it helps. (credit: Volkswagen)

The Buzz can be specified either with a single-motor, rear-wheel drive powertrain or with a dual-motor, all-wheel drive setup. There's a new, larger rear motor than the unit we've seen in other VW BEVs that use the same modular platform (called MEB). It's still a permanent magnet synchronous motor, but it generates 282 hp (210 kW) and 406 lb-ft (550 Nm). The total power output for the AWD Buzz is 330 hp (246 kW).

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NorCal baseball regionals: In an extra-inning classic, De La Salle survives against Franklin-Elk Grove

San Jose Mercury - 1 hour 56 min ago

CONCORD – It was one of those rare contests that lived up to the pre-game hype. And then some.

When No. 2 seed De La Salle scored a run in the ninth to beat third-seeded Franklin 6-5 in the semifinals of the CIF NorCal Division I semifinals Thursday, fans who were on the edge of their seats for most of the game stood up and gave the players a rousing ovation.

Tanner Griffith’s single to right-center in the bottom of the ninth drove in pinch-runner Joe McGee for the winning score. Reliever Cal Randall was the winning pitcher, working the final 2⅔ innings after starter RJ Meyn went the first 6⅓ frames.

De La Salle (26-5) takes on Valley Christian Saturday for the D-I championship. Franklin finished the season at 30-5.

The game was an encore to the hype before the first pitch.

Both starting pitchers, juniors Meyn from De La Salle and Nic Abraham from Franklin, came into the contest with 10-0 records. They departed before either could get a decision.

Franklin had won 16 games in a row before Thursday’s meeting with De La Salle. It was last defeated on April 6 by St. Mary’s-Stockton.

De La Salle was 28-0 in North Coast Section and NorCal playoff competition since 2016.

The spectaculars continued when the teams took the field.

The Spartans jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first, scoring on an error and a passed ball. The Wildcats answered with three in the top of the third to go ahead 3-2.

Back came De La Salle in the bottom of the third. Freshman Tyler Spangler tripled. Smith Chandler singled home Spangler, then moved to second on a single by Griffith.

Chandler and Griffith executed a double steal, and Chandler scored on a ground out by Connor Harrison. The Spartans were back on top 4-3.

Franklin evened the count at 4-4 with a run in the fourth. It stayed that way until the sixth, when Harrison, the younger brother of Giants top prospect, left-hander Kyle Harrison, drilled the first pitch of the inning over the left field fence to make it 5-4.

“It was my third at-bat,” Harrison said. “They were throwing me nothing but sliders and curves. I had a couple of ugly swings. I finally hit a slider.”

The homer was his third of the season. He leads De La Salle with 35 RBI and has a .415 batting average.

De La Salle’s lead lasted for exactly one batter. The second hitter up in the top of the seventh, Delta League Player of the Year Nolan Stevens, homered to left to make it 5-5.

De La Salle coach David Jeans opted to start the seventh with Meyn.

“They had two left-handed hitters leading off, and he (Meyn) had done well against them,” the coach explained.

They were a combined 2 for 6 with two runs scored, but the second run was the result of an error. Stevens, however, is a Baseball America’s top 500 draft prospect and has signed a letter of intent to Mississippi State.

Meyn was immediately taken out after Stevens’ home run. He worked 6⅓ innings, allowing seven hits, four runs (three earned) and struck out five.

“I was coming off a little bit of short rest, throwing 108 pitches less than a week ago,” said Meyn, a Santa Clara commit. “I didn’t totally have the change up today, but I battled through that and gave it the best I had.”

Randall, who hadn’t pitched since May 16, was superb. He walked the first batter he faced,, then retired seven in a row before allowing a two-out single by Stevens in the ninth.

Asked why he hadn’t pitched for two weeks, the UCLA-bound right-hander said, “Weird things. I I had a little bump in the road. I’m back. It’s all good.”

Randall, also rated on the Baseball America’s Top 500 draft prospects, said he was sharp with his fastball and curve.

“I was throwing my fastball a little extra fast,” he said.

The game-winning rally began with Spangler drawing a leadoff walk. McGee, the pinch-runner, took off for second on a walk to Chandler and advanced to third on a throwing error by the Franklin catcher, who thought Chandler was trying to steal second.

Griffith then launched a deep fly to right-center. The Franklin outfield was playing shallow and the ball landed untouched for the game-winning hit.

“I hit a changeup,” Griffith said. “I saw it and did my thing.”

It looked like the game would end in the eighth when De La Salle loaded the bases with nobody out, But sophomore Dylan Wood replaced Abraham (113 pitches) and ended the threat by striking out two batters and getting the other out on a pop out to second.

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This malicious PyPI package mixed source and compiled code to dodge detection

The Register - Thu, 06/01/2023 - 23:24
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Restoration lags for Syria’s famed Roman ruins at Palmyra and other war-battered historic sites

Seattle Times - Thu, 06/01/2023 - 23:15

At the height of the Islamic State group's rampage across Syria, the world watched in horror as the militants blew up an iconic arch and temple in the country’s famed Roman ruins in Palmyra.
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Bookings open for first all-electric flights around Scandinavia … in 2028

The Register - Thu, 06/01/2023 - 23:05
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3 dead, 2 missing after family fishing trip in Alaska becomes a nightmare

Seattle Times - Thu, 06/01/2023 - 22:36

An Alaska fishing adventure became a nightmare for a family of eight when the wreckage of one of the two boats they’d chartered over the Memorial Day weekend was found partially submerged off an island.
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iPhone in India: Foxconn to manufacture smartphones in Karnataka by April 2024

BBC World News - Thu, 06/01/2023 - 22:25
Apple's decision to manufacture iPhones in India aims at diversifying its supply chains away from China
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You might have been phished by the gang that stole North Korea’s lousy rocket tech

The Register - Thu, 06/01/2023 - 22:15
US, South Korea, warn 'Kimsuky' is a very sophisticated social engineer

The United States and the Republic of Korea have issued a joint cyber security advisory [PDF] about North Koreas "Kimsuky" cyber crime group.…

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Some trans people turn to crowdfunding to leave Florida after anti-LGBTQ+ laws

Seattle Times - Thu, 06/01/2023 - 21:56

Dozens of transgender people in Florida who can't afford to move are turning to crowdfunding to help them leave after the passage of new legislation that targets the LGBTQ community.
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NorCal softball regionals: Freshman pitcher, new hero lead Willow Glen into D-II title game

San Jose Mercury - Thu, 06/01/2023 - 21:40

SAN JOSE — Freshman right-hander Alanna Clincy was up to the challenge in the biggest game in Willow Glen softball history.

Clincy pitched a two-hit shutout Thursday as Willow Glen defeated Bullard of Fresno 1-0 in the Northern California regional Division II semifinals. The Rams will host No. 3 seed Notre Dame-Salinas on Saturday at 4 p.m. for the NorCal D-II championship. Notre Dame advanced with a 3-0 win in eight innings over No. 2 seed East Nicolaus.

“It’s super exciting for our school because it’s the furthest we’ve been in Willow Glen history,” senior catcher McKenna Campbell said.

Clincy retired the first 11 batters she faced before issuing a pair of walks with two out in the fourth. She got the next batter on a pop out to get out of that mini-jam. Bullard didn’t get its first hit off her until there were two out in the fifth.

Clincy improved to 12-3 on the season. She’s allowed 51 hits in 112 ⅔ innings while striking out 177.

“She pitched super good,” Campbell, her catcher, said. “We have high expectations for her because we know how good she can be.”

“My defense backed me up again,” Clincy said. “I’m really tired but I’m glad to get the win. Try to keep it going one more game.”

The game was still scoreless until Willow Glen came up in the bottom of the sixth. Campbell led off with a double into the left-field corner. Sienna Wilson bunted her over to third and then shortstop Aleki Ulu came up with the infield in and hit a screaming liner off the third baseman’s glove for a single to score the only run of the game.

“It’s somebody different every time,” Willow Glen coach Don Spingola said. “That’s what makes this team so special. It’s a complete team effort. We don’t have one person that carries this team. Every time it’s a surprise to us who is going to step forward. That’s what’s exciting about this team, a different person every time.”.

That one run turned out to be all Willow Glen (22-7) needed.

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“When Alanna’s pitching the way she is, you almost only need to get one run for her,” Spingola said.

Clincy allowed a leadoff single in the top of the seventh but induced the next batter to ground into a force out at second. Bullard’s Betsy Woodward stole second and went to third on a pitch in the dirt. But Clincy got a strikeout and recorded the final out on a popup that first baseman Faamaai Ulu ran down in foul territory.

On to the NorCal finals.

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Your Monthly Horoscope: June 2023

Motherboard (Vice) - Thu, 06/01/2023 - 21:40

Mercury clears its post-retrograde shadow and discussions finally begin moving full-steam ahead! A full moon in Sagittarius can reveal what people really think, while the new moon in Gemini brings a fresh start to communications. It’s Gemini season as June opens, putting us in a chatty, social mood, but the month closes out with the sun in intuitive and creative water sign Cancer, finding us more introspective and sensitive.

See what’s in store for your sun and/or rising sign below:

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Aries: March 20, 2023 - April 20, 2023

It’s an exciting time for connection! Read your monthly horoscope here.

Taurus: April 20, 2023 - May 21, 2023

You’re examining your relationship with abundance. Read your monthly horoscope here.

Gemini: May 21, 2023 - June 21, 2023

Happy solar return, dear Gemini! Read your monthly horoscope here.

Cancer: June 21, 2023 - July 22, 2023

Your birthday season is near. Read your monthly horoscope here.

Leo: July 22, 2023 - August 23, 2023

You’re connecting with your communities this June! Read your monthly horoscope here.

Virgo: August 23, 2023 - September 23, 2023

It’s an exciting time to stand in the spotlight. Read your monthly horoscope here.

Libra: September 23, 2023 - October 23, 2023

You’re embarking on a new adventure! Read your monthly horoscope here.

Scorpio: October 23, 2023 - November 22, 2023

This season can be quite intense for you, Scorpio. Read your monthly horoscope here.

Sagittarius: November 22, 2023 - December 21, 2023

It’s a dynamic month for your relationships! Read your monthly horoscope here.

Capricorn: December 21, 2023 - January 20, 2024

This is a busy season for you, Capricorn. Read your monthly horoscope here.

Aquarius: January 20, 2023 - February 18, 2023

You’re connecting with your heart’s desires. Read your monthly horoscope here.

Pisces:  February 18, 2023 - March 20, 2023

It’s a cozy time of year. Read your monthly horoscope here.

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Monthly Horoscope: Pisces, June 2023

Motherboard (Vice) - Thu, 06/01/2023 - 21:39

The sun in Gemini illuminates the home and family sector of your chart, making it a cozy, peaceful time of year for you, Pisces. You’re ducking out of your life in the spotlight and spending time with loved ones. You might also be connecting with the past in some interesting way.

Communication picks up speed and new discussions begin as Mercury finishes its post-retrograde shadow in Taurus on June 1. And a whirlwind romance may sweep you off your feet as Venus in fellow water sign Cancer makes a harmonious connection with your ruling planet Neptune in your sign, Pisces, on June 2!

Even if you’re not looking for love, this stands to be an exciting time for connection, creativity, and generally having fun. Astrologers sometimes jab at Pisces by calling them escapist, but at this time, you can truly feel like you’re escaping the “real world” for a fun, fantasy one filled with love and excitement! Deep spiritual bonds form… but a lightness and breeziness, a feeling that absolutely anything is possible, is also in the air!

The full moon in Sagittarius takes place on June 3, bringing your attention to your career. A great achievement, reward, or recognition could come your way. Something you’ve been building for a long time may finally manifest. A big message may be shared, an important truth revealed. More unexpected information or chance meetings arrive as Mercury and Uranus meet in Taurus on June 4. The mood is experimental, and after the full moon in Sagittarius, you’re eager to test limits and break barriers. There may be an unexpected change in your local neighborhood or surprises on your commute.

Venus enters Leo on June 5, perhaps finding you editing your beauty cabinet and updating your wardrobe! Beauty and wellness are on your mind; maybe you’re making sure you’re drinking enough water or exploring an activity that connects your mind and body in a holistic way. In your love life, Venus in Leo can find you and your partners working out the logistics of spending quality time together. You can appreciate the company of someone who remembers how you like your coffee, or happy to walk your dog with you! 

June 5 could bring some intensity: Venus opposes Pluto in Aquarius, which may find you setting important boundaries between your work life and personal life. You might also realize that a project, relationship, or habit needs to come to an end. A big transformation unfolds in your daily routine. 

June 11 is busy! Pluto reenters Capricorn, Mercury connects with Pluto before entering Gemini, and Venus squares off with your other ruling planet, Jupiter, in Taurus. Pluto in Capricorn may find you examining power dynamics in your social life, and you could be connecting with someone influential as Mercury mingles with Pluto. Some secret information may be exchanged. Mercury enters Gemini, kicking up discussions and paperwork about home or family life. Venus’s square with Jupiter can bring plenty of fun—but it could also bring plenty of gossip, so don’t believe everything you hear!

Mercury squares off with Saturn in your sign, Pisces, on June 15, and you’re contending with communication obstacles or delays. You might have to say no more than you would like! You’re an optimistic person who likes to be agreeable and flexible, but this time is all about boundaries for you. You might have to set limits with family members or close friends, or set boundaries between yourself and your fans. A much more easygoing and friendly energy flows around communication on June 17 as Mercury aligns with Venus, and people are in a helpful mood. Also on June 17, Saturn begins its retrograde in your zodiac sign, finding you assessing your plans, goals, responsibilities, and boundaries. 

The new moon in Gemini takes place on June 18, marking the beginning of a fresh start at home or in your personal life. You might be moving somewhere, welcoming a new family member or housemate, or rearranging your space. Maybe you’re reconnecting with the past or reconnecting with yourself and your emotional needs. This is a lovely new moon to donate items you no longer need, and spruce up your space! 

The sun squares off with Neptune on June 18, putting you in a sentimental mood. You might feel especially weepy, nostalgic, or lazy, so make time to rest. Jupiter connects with Saturn on June 19, bringing a big change of energy, and it’s a good opportunity to have discussions about the future. Jupiter is all about possibility and Saturn is the planet of responsibility: Together, these planets support big things happening! The structure, authority, approval, or support you need in order to expand in an exciting way may be provided.

The sun enters Cancer on June 21, lighting up the romance and creativity sector of your chart and making it an exciting time to connect with people, make art, and simply have fun! You might connect with a new crush or enjoy the company of long-term lovers. Fun celebrations take place! Mercury connects with Mars in Leo also on June 21, finding communications moving along quickly, especially at work. The mood is productive, but things slow down as Mercury squares off with Neptune on June 25—watch out for miscommunications and exaggerations.

Don’t jump to conclusions, and if something sounds a little too fantastical, trust your instincts! Fact and fiction might feel like they’re blending in a weird way at this time. If you can’t make sense of the talk taking place around you, focus on making sense of your feelings, and encourage others to connect with their hearts as much as their minds. 

The truth “out there” may be impossible to find, but inner truth is always accessible. Let’s say that you’re unsure whether you’re able to trust a lover: It might be that no matter how much they deny any wrongdoings, you just don’t believe them. Instead of trying to be a detective about something you might never get concrete answers about, look at the fact that trust is missing in your relationship. Perhaps this person is generally shady! Or maybe you have work to do regarding past hurts that you project on current circumstances. Or maybe it’s too soon to make a decision about things one way or another, and time to have a heart-to-heart about expectations and needs within the relationship.

Unexpected news may arrive as June 26 Mars squares off with Uranus. Your schedule might also be turned around in a surprising way. The best way to work with this energy is to keep your plans flexible! Mercury enters Cancer also on June 26, bringing a sweet message or fun invitations.

The sun connects with Saturn on June 28 and Mercury connects with Saturn on June 30, which bodes well for making commitments. You can experience a big boost of confidence when it comes to making demands and being a boss! Your ruling planet Neptune begins its retrograde on June 30, too, finding you connecting with your intuition in a deep and significant way. Pisces are typically regarded as romantics, and this part of yourself may be fully on display. You can feel especially sensitive at this time, so be gentle with yourself!

Good luck this month, Pisces, and see you in July!

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