Hello, my Dear!
I hope you and yours are content and healthy!
The flowers in nature and in my garden are starting to bloom and it’s really helping my mood. My friend Helena was talking about lazy gardening—that sounds like a plan to me! It’s basically finding out what edible weeds and plants grow native in your area and setting them up in your garden so they grow without too much watering and fuss. That perfect for my level of time and attention!
Focusing on nature has really helped me get through the quarantine. I’m lucky enough to have a yard and even a river and forest near me. Plus, we live in the BOONIES, so we can take long walks and maintain social distancing cause there just isn’t anyone else around!
I bought a few flower and herb based decks so that I can kind of use them as flashcards. I thought it would be fun to use them for my pick-a-card reading this week.
I used the Herbal Tarot by Michael Tierra and Candis Cantin and the Botanical Inspirations Oracle Deck by Lynn Araujo. The decks are both published by US Games, Inc.
Go ahead! Pick a pile!
Which duo did you choose?
Here’s the reveal:
The Magician + Sweet William
You can achieve anything your heart desires with a positive attitude and a smile. When you combine the potential of the Magician with the simple message, Just Smile, from the Sweet William, you know that your smile and attitude are the keys to your success!
The Four of Swords Reversed + Forget-Me-Nots
I’ve been seeing a lot of Forget-Me-Nots on my walks lately.
Make the effort to be remembered/memorable. If you sit and rest for too long, you might miss your opportunity. And why not take a trip down memory lane by going through your photos this week? The get up and go of the Four of Swords reversed added to the nostalgia of the Forget-Me-Nots is sure to send you on a trip down Memory Lane.
The Medicine Wheel (Wheel of Fortune) + Crocus
It’s time to move forward in your life to places and spaces that bring you more happiness. The Medicine Wheel shows that you need to help Fate move you forward—and it’s time—and Crocus, one of the earliest blooming flowers of the year, shows that the sun is coming again and joy can be a bigger part of your life.
Did your message resonate? I’d love to hear if the messages the plants brought forth today struck a chord with you.
I wish you all the best!