One, two, three and swirl it’s time for Just Leaves Thursday!
Tea used for reading: Orange Oolong
Leaves and stray sticks foretell of visitations again. Thin sticks for women thick sticks for men. Looks like I’m getting a lot of visitors!
After the initial reading I sat quietly to drink my tea and ask the leaves a question I wanted answering. Once drunk I inverted the cup and here’s what I saw:
1) Dots & Dashes – Dashes indicate exciting times and dots represent money and security.
2) Upside down T – This letter represents power, a win of some kind and the creation of a plan. It also represents self-sacrifice.
3) Quill and Inkwell – I couldn’t find quill and inkwell but a bird’s quill suggests the reader should make a return to a simpler life. A pen refers to an author and written communication.
4) Boat/Canoe – This is also tells of a visitation and that the reader must work hard to achieve their goals. It foretells of a time of learning.
5) Pine Tree – The pine tree shows physical strength and good health.
Last Weeks Reading: (you can read it here)
Remember those bubbles in the initial reading? They foretold of a windfall, well I won a competition for £100 of Usborne books! The leaves never lie! Oh and just in case you thought that was a fluke, the leaves also told of a visitation from a woman. The Usborne rep, a woman, is coming to visit me so that I can choose my books!
I also had the first meeting to kick off a new storytelling project this week. There’s a lot of research to do and it’s going to take some hard work so that all fits with the rest of the reading. I have not encountered the obstacles yet, but I wonder if this fits with my two-year-old (the cherry tree), as we discovered this week she has a severe food allergy and needs an epi-pen. This is certainly cause for some rethinks and extra precautions when planning activities for her out and about.
This weeks reading:
Excitement, financial security, longevity and lots of visitations. It all sounds good, doesn’t it? But there’s that hard work again, although that’s not a bad thing as all the best things are worth working hard for. The research I have to do for this new project could be the reference to education the boat foretells. The quill speaks for itself. I am an author and I recognise that I need to simplify and streamline my work, let go of some of the projects I’d like to do but perhaps it’s not the right time for, to allow a better work/life balance. I have already started to do this (you can read more here). This is a good reminder though.
I’ll let you all know how the week goes next Thursday, so put a date in your diary and join us for Just Leaves Thursday again next week.
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