Hope those in Canada had a wonderful time yesterday…Happy Canada Day 🙂 Being an American who’s become a Canadian citizen, I get to enjoy a week of festivities every July! lol
I’ve been absent from blogging due to moving house over the last 2 weeks. We are happy to be ensconced in a lake house for the next 6 months…oh the peace….
My cards showed the move a month or two before we knew we’d have to vacate the other condo!
I wanted to share a series of draws that I’ve had over the time we moved, starting with:
I am the woman, and what surrounds me is the scythe and mice. This could have indicated stressful decisions (which during the move there definitely were) but I was fascinated to discover that it can also mean ‘breaking down’.
I’m a very steady, emotionally solid person 99.9% of the time – I’ve been through trials that would break a lot of people, and didn’t me. During this move though, there was an altercation between my mate and I that set me back to the Stone Age. I didn’t know which way was up! I had been working my butt off to clean the condo that we’d vacated and was exhausted, only to return to someone who was bent on picking a fight. You know the kind, no matter what you do or say, it’s not going to matter?
It went so far, that I completely lost it and wept on a bed for hours and hours. We didn’t talk for 24 hours, and the next day, he was conciliatory.
So Scythe/Mice described what happened to me perfectly, although I never would have guessed it prior to it happening. I hope you never find yourself with that card combination meaning this! because it’s awful!…..’stressful decisions’ I would have much preferred for a meaning!
A day later, after efforts to bring back normalcy, my husband drew these 3 cards as part of bigger spread:
The Sun and Storks hints at positive improvements. The Birds can represent a couple.
The combinations of Storks/Birds can mean progress in a relationship or improved intimacy.
I was very relieved to see these cards! We were feeling much closer and healing our rift by this point, and it was just darn nice to see in his cards that he was feeling better too.
Stress is a real killer!