Moon in Capricorn, Sunday, April 4, accentuates formality and tradition as the moon in the conservative cardinal earth sign approaches intensifying Pluto in Capricorn, and forms a sextile aspect to nostalgic Neptune in Pisces. If you are celebrating the holiday with family today, some may feel it is important to maintain family traditions, which could include wearing “Sunday best” clothes. The formal Capricorn moon is at odds with Chiron, the sun, and Venus in self determined Aries, however, and not everyone will be pleased with conforming. Now that communicative Mercury has left sensitive Pisces, and entered arrogant and opinionated Aries, direct words can verge on being judged as rude, due to the Aries/Capricorn square aspect, causing the traditionalists to become upset with the individualists. I can’t tell you how to behave or what to wear, but consider that showing respect for an elder for one short day is a minor thing in the Grand Scheme of your life. A quincunx aspect between the moon and action oriented Mars in restless and childlike Gemini indicates you should seek balance between work and play. During family or social functions, don’t expect children to dress or behave beyond their age or comfort level, or the square aspect between Mars and Neptune can lead to balking and meltdowns from the child, and disappointment for the adult. Having a “children’s table” and someone designated to watch the children helps to keep the peace. If dining includes drinking, a designated driver is wise, too. While the Capricorn moon highlights elders, you may be aware that time you spend today with older family members could be one of the last times you have the opportunity to do so. If COVID-19 prevents you from gathering in person, Jupiter in Aquarius sextile to the sun and Venus in Aries makes receiving attention through a phone or video call a pleasant surprise.