#WeekendCoffeeshare

CoffeeshareIf we were having coffee, I’d tell you that the saga with my homecare provider continues.  No one showed up Tuesday, so I called the agency repeatedly until they agreed to send someone to pick up my groceries.

I do have food, but my apartment is a wreck and we are due for yet another housing inspection tomorrow.  (This has been going on for over a month.)

 

I’d tell you that, a few weeks ago, my friend Corina did Tarot readings for a couple of my characters.  I’d never heard of Tarot being used that way until Corina mentioned it to me.  It turned out to be quite helpful and so interesting from a storytelling standpoint, that I decided to learn to read Tarot myself (because otherwise I might have to hire Corina on retainer, since I have a whole head full of stories and characters.). So, I signed up for a beginner’s class and will probably become a consummate pest to everyone I know who reads Tarot cards within the next few months.

 

I love learning things and haven’t had the financial means to take many classes in the past several years, so I’m pretty excited.  My impressions will probably make their way onto the blog sooner or later, maybe in Coffeeshare posts…

 

If we were having coffee, I’d be quiet and absorbed in my beverage–which would be some hot chocolate I got for Christmas.  I’d want to enjoy it, because I haven’t had hot chocolate in the last year or so.

 

I’d ask after you, your family, your projects, and I’d listen for a while.  So, go ahead and tell me in the comments: what’s up with you this weekend?

#WeekendCoffeeShare is a weekly blog link up hosted by Diana at Part Time Monster.

 

6 thoughts on “#WeekendCoffeeshare

      • It takes a long time to learn the card meanings. My best advice is to tackle them one at a time. In the meantime, you can learn what each suit means and look at the symbolism in the pictures of each card. I’ll see if I can find some of my notes from years and years ago that might help. Try pulling a card each day and learning that card. You can try more than one but I would not try to learn more than maybe three cards a day. Do you have a deck? If not, there are a couple of sites online where you can download and print a set which can get you started…print them on tag board.

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      • Thank you. 🙂 Yes, I have the Rider-Waite deck. It was recommended in my class. I’ve had them about a week or so. I’m okay on the suit meanings. Was thinking of trying a card a day like you said.

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      • Start a Tarot Journal. Draw your card of the day early in the day and write it in your journal. Look at the card and write your first impressions just from the suit and the picture on the card. Then look up the meaning and write that down. Throughout the day, jot down any notes about the card’s meaning that might pop into your head while doing something else. I think this is a good way to learn the meanings. Introduce the card each day and meanings, inferences, impressions will begin coming to you. Write them in your journal.

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