King of Water, Ten of Water, Four of Air (the Tomb)
The King of Water represents responsibility, generosity, and creativity. The Ten of Water indicates contentment and a happy family life. But juxtaposed with these two cards is the somber image of the Four of Air: the effigy of a fallen knight, his sword resting at his side.
I live in a predominately military community. Today is Veterans’ Day. My husband, my father, and my father in law are all veterans. Most of my friends, and my children’s friends, have at least one, if not both, parents who are serving or have served. As you enjoy the peace and freedom of your life here today, please spare a moment to remember those who made it possible.
(and yes, I always draw my cards at random)