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It’s in the cards………

April 28, 2009

When I was in college, I went to a fortune teller. Okay, it was in a bar and I was not exactly “un”intoxicated. Not so much a good mix. Lesson learned – go to fortune teller completely sober. And maybe pick one that isn’t seated in the back of a bar. In the dark corner.

She told me that someone I cared about with dark hair who was involved in finance was going to die. What? That simply can not be.

My dad is an accountant – my then fiance (now number one hubby) was an accounting major – they both have dark hair. I had had a little bit a lot too much to drink and I momentarily forgot that everyone is going to die – at some point. So, I will take this opportunity to apologize to my friends who were with me that night. I cried for the remainder of the night. Yeah, I am sure that was a lot of fun.

Note to number one hubby – if you ever think I don’t care about you – please remember that I cried all night when I heard that you were going to die – at some point. 😎

Many years later, when my husband won a trip to Jamaica, I went to another fortune teller. She was a little more accurate. She told me that she knew I had had a miscarriage. She told me about someone in my life – she couldn’t pull out the name – maybe it was Georgia – yeah, my mom lives in Georgia.

I had not had too much anything to drink. I do realize that she spoke mostly in generalizations – but some things were dead on.

So, now I am intrigued by all this mystical stuff. I don’t really want predictions – they might drive me mad – but I am curious about the now and when. So, when I went to a craft show a few days ago and there was a tarot card reader there – I sat down. Five hundred rupees, please. You got it.

She also spoke somewhat in generalizations – but some of it was surprising.

She said that I am still mourning a loss and cannot completely focus on what I have gained. She said my glass is half empty (rather than half-full). This surprised me. I am normally a glass half-full person. Actually I am more of a “who cares” whether it’s full or empty – it is what it is – I am lucky there is a glass. But coming to India was a sudden change and not one I was looking for. I think I am doing a pretty good job of embracing this adventure – and on many, many levels, enjoying it. But, dang it, I miss home. I have not put both feet down yet.

She went on to say that there is a big opportunity waiting for me but I need to be more open to it. And that I need to not be so introspective. That way I will be able to see it when it comes. She even went so far as to say that I will get published and it will be big. So, remember, you knew me when. She also said there is a big celebration in my near future. A wedding or a new house – it’s probably not going to be one of those – but bring on the celebration.

Mrs. Tarot also said that I need to be careful about the money side of things in this new adventure. Okay. I can do that. If there is money involved, I can pay attention to it.

Apparently great things are in store for me. Isn’t that exciting? 😎

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9 Comments leave one →
  1. April 29, 2009 10:25 pm

    Well, I certainly hope she is right! I’ve had my cards read a few times. I wasn’t too impressed with anything any of them had to say…

  2. April 29, 2009 11:45 am

    Paul – 500 rupees is no $500 USD (what, $10?)

  3. Paul permalink
    April 29, 2009 11:42 am

    Yeah sure, but she’s gotta be smarter to evade that.

  4. April 29, 2009 11:40 am

    You certainly write well enough to be published so that is no surprise. Predictions are always fun, but I never take them to heart, just go with the flow.

  5. bindu permalink
    April 29, 2009 10:13 am

    Paul, remember she is in India and she has to pay skin tax every time she’s out shopping!

  6. Paul permalink
    April 29, 2009 9:49 am

    Five hundred bucks???? Is your hair blond? (Or you skin color too fair?) (or your features too western?)
    And whats this number one hubby business?

  7. Kathleen permalink
    April 29, 2009 9:10 am

    sounds great! I also think you will get published, I think you have a great way of writing and relating through words. Not to mention you sure have some great material to write about while in India!

  8. April 29, 2009 8:04 am

    I don’t know if I’d want to know what was in store for myself. I’d keep looking for it, and get disappointed if it never happened.

  9. April 29, 2009 7:12 am

    I wholeheartedly agree with her prediction that you’ll be published! (And I think that not putting both feet down is an ok place to be … shoot, at least you were willing to step over the line and just GO in the first place!)

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