Hope everyone had a pleasant Midsummer. I spent mine moving in to my new apartment. I am very excited. I am looking forward to setting up my alter and getting things together. This will be the first time Andrew and I have lived somewhere all by ourselves. We have had roommates for the last 6 years so this will be a fresh change.
And this also means more time to work on “Tarot Stuff ” in the office area at our place. I am excited to have all my Tarot things in one place in the house and with in reach. I am looking forward to it, but we are still unpacking and rearranging things like bookshelves and art. So much to do!
Also this weekend is INATS! It is my first one and Tarot Media Company is going to be there with James Wanless‘ new deck, Sustain Yourself Cards & Handbook to Live Well and Live Long. I have a preview copy and I love it. Yes the company I work for published it, however it has been 20 years in the making and I have gotten to see it grow in the last 4 years since I started working with James. I am blessed to be able to say I got to help Anastasia and Tarot Media Company make this deck happen for James. Good things are abound here.
We also just put out James Wells‘ Tarot for Manifestation. I have been mailing those off to the pre-sale customers all week and can’t wait to hear what they all think. I know James received his advance copies for his book launch and birthday party in Canada and it was well received there. If any of my readers have gotten yours, please share your thoughts in the comments. I would love to hear what you think.
So much is happening. I am teaching my second class at the Fremont Tarot Meet-Up on July 1. We have started Tarot for Yourself by Mary K Greer. We have been working on Chapters 1-2 before this meeting and will review what we found. And then after some time with that book I will share my insight about the Voyager Tarot Method. I am really looking forward to it. We will also be meeting twice a month beginning in July which will be exciting.
So much more but right now it is back to work.