I asked, "what should I know about you?" My answer? Fox, Child, Park, Grave, Heart, Tower, Fish, Tree, Woman.
The Fox points out that all of this has been hard work, yet which has accessed a child-like joy in me (Child), as well as representing a new project, a new beginning. And of course, the artistic "style" of this deck! The work is not over yet, though, as I still have to bring it, in its many forms and parts, into the public eye (Park/Garden) through blogging, Facebook, workshops and so on.
Fish next to Tree suggests that I will have to consider the long-term financial plans for this project - where will the money come from to publish it? Woman at the end of the line suggests what looks ever more likely, that I will go with self-publishing...
As many people say, with a Lenormand it doesn't much matter what the pictures on the deck look like, it is what they mean that counts. Whether or not that's true (and I disagree to an extent, else I wouldn't be working to produce the Celtic Lenormand, which will be a deck with striking artwork), it's certainly the case that my little Kindergarten deck reads perfectly well! And hopefully it'll garner a few laughs when I show it at my workshops :D