Tagged with Family

Tarot Insights: Ten of Coins

Tarot Insights: Ten of Coins

In the Bonefire deck, the Ten of Coins (aka pentacles) is illustrated by ten flowers in bloom, a coin in the center of each, growing in lush green grass. We can see the roots of one of the flowers, and there is a dog sniffing around the foreground, seemingly also at root level.  A castle … Continue reading

The Daily Draw: Ten of Cups

The Daily Draw: Ten of Cups

Don’t Be Distracted by the Drama The ten of Cups is the completion of the cycle of matters of the heart, love, emotion, intuition. You can see this illustrated in the RWS deck by a joyous family beneath a rainbow of cups. It’s all good, you are blessed, you have joy, peace and no drama. … Continue reading

The Daily Draw: Ten of Cups

The Daily Draw: Ten of Cups

What did I do yesterday? I made dinner, changed nappies, played with my kids; what can I say – I’m a wild man. The people on the RWS Ten of Cups have it easy, demonstrating the card’s energies of joy, peace and happiness with their small family. We’ve got twice as many that age, and … Continue reading

The Daily Draw: Ten of Pentacles, Reversed

The Daily Draw: Ten of Pentacles, Reversed

I’m in Dita authoring training all day so I’ll have to see if I can keep this brief. I’m as curious as you are. In Bonfire of the Vanities, Tom Wolfe uses the very descriptive phrase “haemorrhaging money” to describe the constant “necessary” expenditures of the Wall Street player at the center of the novel. … Continue reading

The Daily Draw: Ten of Pentacles

The Daily Draw: Ten of Pentacles

                Ok, I’ll tell you what we did this weekend if you promise not to laugh or give out to me. You see, my partner’s brother, thinking he was doing us a favour, took our full set of Christmas decorations out of storage at his mother’s house and … Continue reading

Putting the “Me” in “Time”

 I want to start by saying that I’m not having a moan in what follows, just making a point about “me” time, and being kind to all living things. I thought I should mention that up front in light of yesterday’s post, where I took so long to get to the point that I’m sure … Continue reading