Friday, January 20, 2012

Vendredi: Shapes and Symbols

I've time only to be brief, so on to more shapes in your teacup:

Fairy or other winged human form ~ a deep seated need to be perceived as good that may backfire on the petitioner
Fan ~ expected the unexpected; an upturn in fortune
Feather ~ the petitioner lacks focus and tends to be “flighty”
Flag ~ a “red flag”; danger ahead
Float or buoy ~ the petitioner is cast adrift and needs to find focus and direction
Flower ~ triumph; success
Fountain ~ good fortune; abundance
Fruit ~ unusually good luck
Garden ~ the petitioner is surrounded by good friends and/or loving family
Garland ~ recognition
Gate ~ the possibilities for the petitioner are endless at this time; entering a new situation or exiting an old one
Grass ~ ease or idleness, depending on what surrounds or in particular touches the grass
Gun ~ take caution against hostile action, either by the petitioner or against them

Your pardon, dear reader, for flying through only two letters this week; my time today is not my own.  See you back for more next Friday; until then, Vendredi heureux ~

Header: Gather Ye Rosebuds While Ye May by John William Waterhouse c 1908


Timmy! said...

Thanks for taking the time to post today, Pauline. I know it has been a busy day and hopefully a productive one. Time to take it easy and enjoy a beverage and a weekend...

"Do you have a flag?"...


Pauline said...

Gah! No kidding. I need some fruit to turn up in my tea leaves tonight. Or maybe a fountain...