I had a friendly
argument debate with my teen girl about the Ten of Swords card. 🙃
What precipitated our
Continue reading “Comparing and interpreting artistic impressions of Tarot cards”
dispute deliberation was another person, a youtube tarot reader by the name of Chris. He was doing a Libra reading and came across the Ten of Swords card which he interpreted in a way that is different from how I see the card.
I don’t know what it is with teenagers, but
sometimes often, less is definitely more.
Especially with boys.
Continue reading “When they say yes, it means something”
Two days ago a dad of a girl on my daughter’s ringette team said two nearby towns are shutting the league for the remainder of this year.
A day later our league reported a positive case in a U12 team on the house league side. (My kid is U16 rep.)
On the way to pick up my niece at University, my phone interrupted my GPS to announce from various people who chat with me that this and that is getting canceled. Mostly kid activities related to sports.
Even the NHL is on pause, I found out later.
“Out of an abundance of caution…”
That’s the wording they’re using.
Continue reading “The familiarity of *here we go again*”
I don’t know how to navigate my thoughts. I don’t know how to write, how to think anymore. My brain is a jumble of mixed up emotions, thoughts, questions without answers.
Welcome to the inner workings of my brain.
Continue reading “Pulling the rope in both directions”
I’m researching something and would appreciate candid feedback.
I’m interested in the 45+ demographic, especially GenX and Boomer (give or take a few years on either side).
I’m not interested in the “no kids but looking for a partner to start a family with” demographic at this time.
Continue reading “Modern dating: parents using dating apps”
With the return of almost-normal activities the kids have had a re-entry to the rink in ways that seem almost identical to the way it used to be.
Continue reading “Rink life, social life and two short videos”
I’ve been co-parenting my teens while not living at home. It’s been… interesting.
Did you know teens are not chatty? I mean, all this time when I was home with them they stared at their phones, chatted with friends, yada yada… they knew I was there, in the background, ready to pour food into their little gullets, but they didn’t really interact with me too much. Which is completely normal teenage behaviour, I’m not complaining here. They have their lives back now that lockdowns have been eliminated (for how long though? ugh…) Chatting with mom was just not… done. Or something.
Unless they were hungry. 😛
Continue reading “How life has changed and a few other updates”
I made an interesting discovery the other day: the five tarot readers I listened to on youtube – while designing jewelry in a quiet house sans kids – all talked about how Libra is either traveling or moving in September. ⚖️♎
They all mentioned this. They all had a similar message for the collective. They all pulled cards and interpreted them from different geographical regions at different times or days. And still, the messages were eerily similar.
It was a bit perplexing. 😀
So weird how the universe works… 😳
Maybe I’ll write up a thing for next Tarot Tuesday on this topic. Stay tuned.
Here’s the thing:
Continue reading “Moving on(wards)”
I know I’m being tracked by everyone, especially google. I see it in my search history when recommended topics appear on my feed.
However, this morning, my feed bombarded me with these recommendations:
Continue reading “Weird Google searches on my feed”
What is this silence people speak of? What does it feel like?
There’s a lot of noise in my life and in my head.
Continue reading “Silence, music and The Purge”
This is what happens when you arm a teen girl with a brush and hair elastics.
Or when you sit your sorry adult ass on the sofa for a moment, unsuspecting of any imminent hair styling adventures about to take place on your noggin.
Continue reading “Attacked by hair styling implements”
Sometimes I get sucked into an argument I don’t want to have.
Continue reading “Arbitrary thoughts”