Hi WG. I hope you’re asking this for yourself, because I’m not ready yet. If you love this person nothing will stop you, so I’ll just tell you openly what I think. She has a friendly and chatty personality (sun Gemini moon Libra). She is enthusiastic, knowledgeable, curious, generous and upbeat (Jupiter on Asc, Merc and Venus in Gemini). Not boring at all. There are few aspects however that can indicate a deep issues involving self-worth and lack of it (Venus Saturn opposition) and a need to be controlling of her partners. Pluto ruled 7th house with Pluto being also a dispositor could do that with an added flavor of possessiveness and jealousy. Just a possibility. Some men are comfortable with that. These are probably the main issues in her life and if she can receive your love, she can probably even more successfully resolve this issues. That would be in an ideal world. With Venus on the 29th degree she may feel either overwhelmed or bored, and it may be hard to read into it. Good luck!
Hello, Wandering One. I notice that she has an almost perfect Kite pattern (a Grand Trine with two Sextiles on one of the three sides of the triagle). Both my mother and husband have Kites, and, do you know when someone says of another, “They really have their Sh** together?” Well, no matter how personally irritated I can get with these two, they certainly know how to adapt and live with others and they are steady as a rock when things go horribly wrong – I guess b/c their planets are spread out, like your friends, they have more balance. Now someone like my father and myself (and my hero, Russell Ira Crowe), have a skewed chart which can make it much more difficult to fit into a relationship. Anywho even if you absolutely cannot tolerate one of the examples that Hieronimuss gave you above, rest assured that your friend will easily adapt to your “itches.” Do your insides kind of squirm whenever she’s near? Ohhh, gossipgossipgossip!
This is how Robert Pelletier puts it:
“With Venus opposition to Saturn, you are inclined to regard your experiences as being almost useless. With this aspect, you will always be challenged by competitors until you realize how important you really are. You must stop underestimating your self-worth.
Remind yourself continually that you can match your competitors, and don’t give others more credit than they deserve. If you will examine your good qualities carefully, you will see that they compare very favorably to those of others. Stop hiding the truth from yourself. Perhaps when you were very young, you were led to believe that you were less talented than others in every way, and you still act on that belief. You need competition to prove how capable you are; if you reject competition, you will never truly know your capabilities.
Throughout your life, you will have to make concessions to others without knowing whether or not they are worth the effort. In time, however, you will be able to judge people without having to endure the painful experience of submission. As your judgement becomes sharper, you will become very skilled in solving problems for yourself and others.
You may suffer emotional frustrations during the early years, but as you become more mature you will understand that no-one gets everything when he or she wants it. You may compensate for privations that you experience in your personal life by becoming successful in your profession. Real estate, law, insurance, designing, sales, and buy ingare suitable fields. All of them require responsibility, attention to detail, integrity, and honesty if you are to be proud of your accomplishments. It is advised that you work alone or at least be able to set your own pace. Working with others in an intimate atmosphere would not be advisable because you would arouse their criticism. You have talent, but your employer may refuse to recognize it in order to avoid paying you more. Don’t anticipate an early marriage unless you are prepared to make enormous concessions to keep it together. Better to postpone a binding partnership until you can be more selective in choosing a mate. If you marry for security it may last, but it will be little more than a corporate merger with little emotional satisfaction. If your upbringing was austere and you saw privation and financial difficulties in your parents' lives, there is even more reason to wait for financial independence before taking a mate."
Hope it helps too.