Eight of Pentacles; Eight of Cups, Reversed, Ten of Cups
This week’s cards seem to focus on work (Pentacles) and relationships (Cups). The Eight of Pentacles indicates craftsmanship, personal effort, and a willingness to learn new things from those more experienced, such as in an apprenticeship. We’ve seen the reversed Eight of Cups before; this card usually signifies giving up or abandonment of a project or relationship, but in reversed position, it indicates following through to a successful completion, as well as joy, happiness, and celebration. The Ten of Cups is the card of a happy home life, founded on virtue and love.
So hang in there. It’s going to get better. On a personal note regarding effort and craftsmanship, I am very close to completing what I hope is the final non-technical overhaul of the fourth book in my Edward Red Mage series, Lord Cailean’s Tower. I can’t say how long the technical editing phase will take, but I’m hoping it won’t be more than two or three months before the final version is available (along with the rest of the series, which already are) on Amazon.
Again, hang in there!