Tarot of Trees by Dana Driscoll, I drew the Ten of Wands.
Two large trees with interwoven branches loom over a tiny sapling which wilts under them, unable to get the light and nourishment it needs. Rather than the traditional interpretation of taking on too much responsibility, here I see someone weighed down by bullying, or by other people's expectations. It could even suggest a child who is being mistreated or neglected by adults, or more generally someone who isn't getting their needs fulfilled.
I realise that my first reading of this card is based on the author's comment that the sapling is green and sickly. I think it is also possible to see this scene differently. Two larger trees shade a sapling from the burning sun, protecting it so that it doesn't get damaged before it grows strong enough to survive. Here, then, the two large trees could be seen as taking on responsibility for the sapling, perhaps to their own detriment. They are exposing themselves to the sun they protect the sapling from, and having to hold their branches in a position which might not be very good for them.
I am grateful that enough of my needs are met for me to grow.
I am thankful that my Dear One and I can share the load of taking care of our son.