Three of Air, Knight of Air, Four of Water, reversed
It’s one of those weeks. The Three of Air means trouble, strife and sorrow. You’ve been backstabbed—maybe by people, maybe by life. You’ve been put upon, dumped on, and in the immortal words of Hee-Haw, “if it weren’t for bad luck, [you’d] have no luck at all.” But the Knight of Air is the card of heroic action, and the Four of Water, usually the card of regret, is reversed, which means it’s time to take a new approach to things.
You aren’t going to take this crud. You are going to get up, go out, and, slowly and painfully if need be, Kick. Some. Ass. No regrets. You got this.