My boyfriend met a friend for a little bit this evening. I was invited out by friends too, but aside from not fancying the pub (I'm not into seeing bands and have given alcohol the heave-ho for the foreseeable), I doubt that my body would have carried me there. I asked my mum if she'd pick me up from the station this morning for just that reason. I am laying here after just watching an episode from the new series of The Big Bang Thery and I am yawning my head off, so in short, I don't fancy shuffling and reading tonight.
At the risk of boring anyone reading with my new vlogs, I have put another together. I uploaded this one in a different format, so even though I was disappointed by how pixelated it is, it was online in ten minutes, rather than the two and a half hours the last one took to upload.
Well, you can't say I don't persevere, can you?. One of the things I think is important when learning is to not to sweep the fluff-ups under the carpet. They're all part of the journey. I bet a great cyclist started off with a lot of bruises and learnt from each and every one. People are always surprised by how I know my way around the many fiddly back streets of London; I only know them because I got lost in them at some point in my life. It's kind of like that with cards, isn't it? Don't be afraid of making mistakes, I keep telling myself. Mistakes can be very enlightening. With this in mind, I am sharing this fuzzy little video.
As yet, I have not read about anything of any serious value. Once again, I have made up a fictitious client, just to practice and try to get a handle of the cards. As I watch it back, I can see stuff I missed, which is one of the things that makes these things precious for me. They provide a time-line, where I will hopefully see my readings improve. It's still very early days with this method, so I am being gentle with myself regarding how good they are or are not. So for today, I share another of my readings. As they say, practice makes perfect. yeah?