As someone who loves crime dramas like CSI, this card appeals to me straight away. Not only does it have the suggestion of something being quite clearly dead and gone, but it also taps into that "drama much?" aspect the Ten of Swords can have :D
The ten swords seem quite anachronistic, pinning down a chalk figure behind crime scene tape. How could someone get stabbed by ten different swords, and why would the killer/s leave the evidence there? For that matter, the crime scene techs wouldn't risk damaging or losing the evidence by taking the swords out of the body and plunging them in the ground where the body had been! It shows the ridiculousness that can result when we over think things, rather than just coming to terms with the idea that things change and even end.
We're trying to organise a family holiday for the February half-term. In this, I may have to let go of the idea that I can manage everything myself. Also, and perhaps more painfully, choosing a holiday just across the channel in Paris is a reminder that we may never be able to take Big Boy further afield, because of his troubles flying. Having travelled so much throughout my life (I started flying as an unaccompanied minor at age 5 as my dad lived abroad), it's hard for me to fathom or come to terms with. Though as my therapist said, this may be me overdramatising, as it is feasible to drive to Germany, Switzerland or Spain...
I am grateful for the reminder not to take my concerns too seriously: I am lucky to have travelled as much as I have.