Homework: Daily Draw, May 11th, 2012 — TGIF & Mother’s Day

Hell, what a week! I can’t believe I have survived this long, and physically-taxing week. Friday, you make me sooooo happy.

This morning was hectic, and I ended up performing my daily read on my baby’s rocking chair because we woke up late and she got up too early. Maybe it ain’t the most spiritual way to draw cards, but hey: a girl’s got to do what a girl’s got to do!

Anyway, I found today’s draw to be pretty awesome. I love seeing cards that I have previously interpreted as negative, show up in a new way in a daily. Somehow, Lenormand never gets old.

ARLO and Britta on baby’s rocking chair

Time: 6:50 AM

 Weather: 45 Degrees Fahrenheit, and Sunny. I can hear the birds chirping, and I fel the summer on my doorstep.

Cards Drawn: Fish + Moon + Snake

Key Card Focus: Fish

Keywords: Business / Money + Creative / Honorary + Twisted / Complicated / Feminine

Prediction:

I feel that all 3 cards talk about the occult and spiritual work. I think today will offer new ways or ideas about making money in the spiritual realm, and maybe there will be an increase with spiritual consultations?

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Time: 10:15 PM

Accuracy: 100%

What Happened in relation to the cards:

I have recently re-listed with AIRR. I am one of the founding members, but after my accident I took a long haitus until a few weeks ago. I am finally feeling ready for Spiritual work, and am craving readings. And today I got more interest in spiritual / divination services that I have before. I also started working on putting up my Etsy Fortune Telling store. And yes, it is Fortune Telling and not spiritual consulting! lol

Observations:

I particularly enjoyed seeing The Snake showing up not as a negative card, but as part of the description. It actually hoed up for me. This was also the first time I experienced The Moon as the main card to represent work. It worked out well.

a first mother’s day gift from my daughter

All of these cards felt very feminine, and a confirmation for this was a card and a plant I received from my baby girl. She (with a lot of help from her teacher) made it in kindergarden. This was the first time I’ve received a Mother’s Day gift from her, and I was deeply touched.

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4 thoughts on “Homework: Daily Draw, May 11th, 2012 — TGIF & Mother’s Day

  1. Jennifer says:

    what a sweet little gift from your little girl! I save most everything, especially creative art work, from the girls – I really need to figure out a way to store all these things so that they will have them someday. My mother has a huge beautiful carved cedar chest from the orient, but I won’t get that until she dies, so I am in no hurry for it….

    • Madame Nadia says:

      Is your mother keeping all the memorabilia from your childhood in that chest? My mother, on the other hand, has never kept my sister’s and my artwork, so it’s a new experience for me. I am also trying to figure out what would be the best way to store all these cute stuff she makes, without becoming a hoarder. lol

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