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Friday, 17 July 2015

Oh no! Are you going to make me talk to people?

Yesterday's draw indicated a harvesting of work stability, and that was applicable as I sought advice and support from senior members of staff. That turned out not quite as expected; the lady I wanted to talk to was busy, but I talked to someone else senior. Chloe suggested 'making the cut' as an interpretation, and I did have some of my ideas praised and suggested to be adopted and rolled out across the service.

Today I've drawn three cards and look what's popped up again:

Wings of Change Lenormand by Chloe McCracken (self-published 2015)

Its romantic artwork notwithstanding, the Moon card remains for me the work card.

I have drawn Snake + Moon + Garden. I'm seeing this as a message that transformation at work depends on social networking. I think it's telling me to nurture the basic social aspects of my relationships at work today and take the focus off work targets. That makes sense. I am extremely focused in this particular workplace on the work, and forget to talk to people about 'other stuff', the social niceties, finding out about their lives or just engaging in friendly banter. Friendly banter is not my forte. I strongly identify with the Queen of Swords, and there she sits, Queen of Clubs, the Snake. So now I see, Queen of Swords at work needs to be more social.

All right, all right, I'll have a go.


9 comments:

  1. Ha ha, I'm sure you can do it well, if you set your sharp mind to it :)

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  2. Ha ha I can so relate this feeling. I am sure though, just like Chloe, you will be fine.

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  3. I guess I've lived in the South so long, friendly banter was picked up as easily as the southern drawl. :) Good luck with your social chatting.

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  4. Ha ha, just start small... an extra hello here and there :) BB

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  5. Ha. Leave it to Lenormand cards to tell you like it is! Good luck. :)

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  6. Carla,
    I've found small talk to be important part of building relationship with others, regardless of who they are. For me it's about paying attention to the little things, that I can't underestimate as being small kindnesses. We can learn a lot from Southerners!
    Now I need a mint julep and have a little chat with myself!

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    1. I'm Southern. Born in Memphis, TN.

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  7. The chatting didn't happen, but that's okay. In the tradition of my people, I say, 'Fiddle dee dee, tomorrow is another day.'

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    1. Yup we can always start our day over when ever we want!

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