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Thursday, December 17, 2009

Oracle Card

The random Oracle Card chosen today is...where is that deck of Oracle Cards when I need them....O.K. here we go. The card drawn is the Decision Card, this card means that there is something you have been thinking about making a decision about. This card tells you that you should trust your instincts, your heart, your experiences and make this decision and then stick to your decision no matter what others may think. If you have been balking about this decision remember that making the decision requires courage to make any new change in your life and yes, it may be difficult but you can not move forward and be happy with yourself if you remain in this bog of indecision.

This girl with the crazy headdress is going to be my new avatar at I had been using my green thing avatar seen with my profile but I was afraid it might be scary to some and my mystic2awesome shop is anything but scary. Now the gothB4play shop that one is a little scary but that's my darker side and as we know you can't have rainbows without a little stormy rain cloud. Thanks for stopping by and I'm wishing all out there a very Happy Holiday and a New Year full of Champagne wishes and Beer Kisses.


one gal's trash said...

Thank you so much for your sweet comment! That little avatar girl looks like an updated Carmen Miranda!

jpforjohnpark said...

Hey Emme, Thank you for your kind words, I am glad I was able to be apart of your creative mind set. Like many others and yourself, I find to be an inspiration to me. You work has truely captured my attention, and I would love to see more future work!

Keep in touch,

Hope all is well.

Jason Scheier said...

beautiful blog!

Emme Toaye said...

Thank you for your kind words and inspiring blogs, I have such fun visiting everyone. George Benard Shaw once wrote "Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire; you will what you imagine; and at last, you create what you will". That just means having the talent and spirit to not just see thing as they are but to see things as they can be.