So these cards come as an explanation/apology. I am late posting, here’s why:
*The Four of Swords, or the Tomb, represents solitude, seclusion, or rest, particularly after illness. Yep, I was laid up sick part of the week.
*The Devil is, as usual, in the details: the demands of the physical world are testing us (well, testing me, anyway).
*The King of Rods represents education and wisdom—reversed, he warns one not to assume one has all the answers, or that one’s views are absolutely correct.
So I’ve been unwell, and anything I post might be best taken with a grain of salt. Or maybe a salt lick. On the bright side, I am feeling better, AND, the fourth volume of the Edward Red Mage mysteries has progressed from the editing phase to typesetting and design, which means it should be available this summer. Thanks, everyone, for all your support.