So begins a new segment of my blog, like unveiling a new wing of the building. I expect the furnishings will remain eclectic. With this post I have written five-hundred posts on Filling Spaces. (yeah-yeah, don't count the other blogs, it'll ruin the moment) Anyway, it seemed like the occasion was worthy of a little … Continue reading 500!
Sorry to be late with this week's post. I was deep into edits on the vampire novel last night and barely stopped for a bio-break. Happily I'm about 2/3 of the way through the first round of revisions and then I'll be looking for beta readers to give it a look. I did, however, manage … Continue reading Guiding Star
Our weekly card. Sometimes I pick one out that seems to be vying for my attention more strongly than the rest, but this week I went through the whole deck and couldn't decide on one (although there were several contenders) so I shuffled and cut the deck and let the Cosmos decide what we needed … Continue reading Self-confidence
I have to apologize, this week's card is perhaps not as uplifting as some of the others. There is truth in the quote, though. How could an ending not mean a new beginning? The image reminded me of what some of my own ancestors must have gone through, leaving their ancestral homes, never to return … Continue reading Endings and Beginnings
This card immediately made me think of "Little Women". If you're a guy and haven't read it or even know what it is, it's a book by Louisa May Alcott about four sisters during the Civil War while their father is off fighting and they and their mother and aunt try to keep the household … Continue reading A Gentle Start for the Week
Well, this was just going to be a quick post to show the card, as our ‘thought for the coming week’ but the quote got me started thinking, as I’m sure it was intended to do. The card is from Charlene Livingstone's Art of Life Tarot. I do think this is an interesting choice for … Continue reading Thoughts as I Thinketh
I wanted to kick the week off with something to buoy our spirits. I liked this card from Charlene Livingstone's Art of Life Tarot. It seemed like a good thought to lead us into another work week: In the Tarot, the Six of Swords typically indicates a journey (physical or metaphorical) away from troubles, struggles, … Continue reading Thought for Monday
Thought for today from Charlene Livingstone's Art of Life Tarot:
For anyone who's interested, I got a short review and reading with the Art of Life Tarot up on the Dangling Pentacles Tarot blog. That is all.
Since I haven't had time to do a real post, I thought I'd just put up another card from the Art of Life Tarot. Happy Friday!