Fairy Lights Tarot (Lo Scarabeo, 2013), yet it bears little relation to any card of that name I've seen before.
Instead of a man riding in a triumphal parade, surrounded by others, there is a single female figure. Her top half is naked and bathed in light. She holds a bird on a branch-like hand, while her hair seems to morph into a large bird, or else it's sitting on her head, wings spread. Her bottom half, though, is dark and seems clothed with bark, melding into the earth. Is she a tree or a bird? Or influenced by what is around her, maybe?
I see nothing of victory here, nothing of success and the accolades of others, nor of many hands making light work. Instead, the message to me seems to be one of communing with nature and adapting to what is around you.
Tuning in to nature, to the sound of birdsong often outside my window in the morning when I meditate, is something I do often. Perhaps a suggestion to make it more of the focus of today's meditation... As for adapting to the circumstances you find, I may well have to do that today as I'll be taking Big Boy out of school early for a consultation with a neurologist at GOSH. Hurry up and wait is so often the motto of the NHS, but at least they are there and knowledgeable.
I am grateful for the birds outside my window each morning.