A daily draw that is more fit for the past couple of months. I have recently acquired the Hudes Tarot, and I really like it. There’s something really romantic and soft about it, and it’s a nice addition to my ever-expanding collection.
The Sun, as the major card in the draw, reflects a very sunny and joyful time for me. I have taken a break over the past couple of months from my blog, though this has been due to a few rather enjoyable distractions as of late. Firstly, there is a growing vege garden that’s taken a bit of a priority, especially after I come home after work and need to unwind.
It’s been quite a while since I’ve had the luxury of getting my hands dirty and planting seeds, and I am relishing this. For the most part I am trying to germinate seeds, and I’ve ordered a good variety from Eden Seeds which supply non-hybrid varieties.
The 6 of Cups stands for a new relationship and the nurturing aspect that love brings. Ok so this is probably the biggest reason I have been away for so long from my wee blog he he. Though may I add also that for quite some time until last week I believe Mars has been in retrograde too, so afternoons and evenings have been rather lazy, loving and languorous. Interesting that in this version of the 6 of Cups, the two children are not facing each other. Perhaps they are just comfortable with their own silence, perhaps they are enjoying exploring their own worlds within the grail. And for the first time, I have received flowers. A whole bouquet of Australian natives, it was so stunning I had to capture it.
I feel very blessed and happy. Even the last card of the draw above, the 7 of Wands, does not bring the defensiveness I usually associate with it. The woman in it looks rather serene in fact, contemplative.
On that note, I shall wonder the web today and contemplate everyone’s tarot worlds and blogs, which I have rather missed. Many blessings to you all,