Friday, March 01, 2013

Yep, You're Right!

Hi there!

Hope your week has gone well -- we've had wonderful weather here in Houston all week.  Looking forward to a clear (but cold -- well, at least cold for Houston) weekend.

Getting ready for another weekend at the Sherwood Forest Renaissance Faire.  This weekend will be the mid-point.  Attendance has been very nice so far for the faire as a whole -- although our area has suffered some.

We're at the top of a "circle" of booths.  One food merchant near the top added a bunch of picnic tables in front of his booth this year.  What now happens is that the people who used to "walk the circle" now see the picnic tables as a roadblock and detour around them.  This leaves a void or "dead space" for the three merchants at the top of the circle.

We've all complained to the faire management, but nothing's come of it.  I think we'll probably relocate for next year.

Oh well, enough of my tribulations -- let's get on to the reading!

We'll pull two cards -- the first will be some message, the second will help explain this message.

Our first card is:  The Queen of Swords:

Tarot: The Queen of Swords

I really like this card.  You're never going to put one past the Queen of Swords -- she's heard all the "dog ate my homework" stories and can see past excuses to find the truth.  The key message of the Queen of Swords is to trust your first impressions -- these are based on your past experience and are most likely going to be your most accurate reads.

Sometimes we don't trust ourselves, though.  We second-guess ourselves.  Ever been in a situation where you said "Oh, I KNEW that was going to happen -- I should have allowed for it!"   That's what happens when you ignore the Queen of Swords.

How can we best recognize the benefit of the Queen of Swords -- our next card gives us some tips -- The Sun.

The Sun suggests seeing things clearly.  Combined with this Queen, it's telling us to consider that our first impressions are likely to be correct.  So -- don't let yourself be talked into something you don't truly believe in!  Your own experience and  impressions are most likely to be the correct call!

Hope you have a great weekend!  See you next time!



Anonymous said...

I always wondered what the Queen of Swords really meant. I was told once that I should always use her as my symbolic card when I do a reading. I wasn't sure what kind of person a "Queen of Swords" would be! Thanks for straightening that out for me.

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