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Yet again, after an impromptu month-long hiatus, I remembered I had a tarot blog that I would like to grow.

The past month has gone by in a blur. Not that a lot has happened (although a lot has), but it’s just been busy. And trying to get back into a consistent swing of things is hard for me. As the dust settles, though, I can discern a pattern forming. And now that I see that, I can once again begin to decorate and clean what’s been caught in the undertow. Read the rest of this entry »


It seems like each shuffle is a loaded catapult. Cards jump, and I have to decide whether or not reading them is prudent, or if I’m shuffling the cards wrong. Lately, it’s been harder to focus and center before I do my readings. Something I attribute to working nights and getting used to being up all night these days.

This evening was something entirely different. Read the rest of this entry »

I decided to go for a walk today, since I’ve been cooped up inside since I started working again. I’ve given myself little time to enjoy an evening walk, so I did what I could tonight. While I was out, I took my cards with me. Grounding on bare earth helped to pull in my scattered thoughts, allowing me to hear the advice of my cards much clearer. Read the rest of this entry »

Lately, I’ve been thinking about ways I can take my tarot reading to the next level. Since I’ve been teaching myself, I really don’t have a ruler that I can go against to accurately measure my abilities. Those who have provided me feedback usually have the same thing to say; “Pretty good” or some other similar paraphrasing. While I greatly value this feedback and the confidence in my abilities, the Capricorn in me wants something with more substance. Something such as advice for giving readings professionally, how to be more confident in readings, etc. Read the rest of this entry »

I’ve been trying to get this post published since before 9 pm, but we had a storm with more bark than bite roll through the area. Either way, it knocked out the internet, so I couldn’t get on. Living in BFE, that’s always my worst nightmare. Read the rest of this entry »

You guys know how I constantly complain about having to work nights because it drains me to a point of unhealthy exhaustion I have never known before? Well, that’s soon to become a less common occurrence. Read the rest of this entry »

No… I’m not going to write a poem about the annoying noise that plagues me right now. It’s the only noise I can hear when my fan is off. But that’s okay; the airflow feels nice. Read the rest of this entry »

One of the few things I dislike about working first shift is that the distance between me and work puts a damper on me doing anything before I go in. Sure, I could wake up X-amount of minutes earlier and do stuff, but then I’d be going to bed as soon as I come home! Moving into the city would change that, but since I’m still unsure about how I’ll be able to afford that on my own, I’m still in the boonies with crazy people and loving animals.

I think the cards picked up on that tonight. I came across this post¬†about using the tarot as a method of prayer, so I think tonight’s reading is a message from the Divine smacking me with a cosmic 2×4. Read the rest of this entry »

Today is my sister’s birthday, which I think today’s reading hints at. It’s also one of the few days I’ll have off for a while, so I plan on making today a good one. I’m happy to say I managed to knock out the killer migraine that ripped through my skull yesterday. Hopefully today will bear none of its lingering excess.

I had a jumper today, but I decided to wait until after the first three cards to look at it.¬† Read the rest of this entry »

I tend to be a pretty healthy person. I don’t whine about every little off feeling or minor pain, I tend to play through bigger hurts until I am able to treat them, and I rarely get sick any more. But there is one thing that will stop me in my tracks and take me down faster than a landing space shuttle, and that’s a migraine. Read the rest of this entry »

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