Bloomin’ Sexy: A Day in the Life of a French Maid

Where were you? When I say my husband has a massive family, I mean it is really extended. Incredibly so.  Branches of his family have weaved their way from their roots in South Africa to America, Australia, Hong Kong, Kuwait and the UK.  Some, of course, still remain in South Africa. And it was from…

Bloomin’ Sexy: The unboxing

Written by: Sissa On a recent family holiday to France, I was privileged to be able to gift a pair of these awesome bloomers from my distant cousin, Kate. And it was a pleasure. Now, I couldn’t believe how much these cost… when Kate told me, I was gobsmacked. Although she said in England that…

Bloomin’ Sexy!!

A few weeks ago, during a visit to our old friends from Kuwait who are now in Devon, we were invited to a dinner party.  Well, more like we barged in on it in our typical last minute style…!  It was lovely, a blast from the past – in Kuwait our social life was focused…

Book Review: King Billy and the Royal Road

When I was invited to review this book, my heart leapt for joy.  You see, by profession I am a primary school teacher, so I just love children’s books. And I love tarot, so the thought of a children’s book based on tarot and aimed at the 5-8 year old market excited me to the…

TABI Shout Out: SaucySailoress

As you may already know, the Tarot Association of the British Isles is a non-profit organisation which aims to help tarot readers develop their skills, but also to help the public enhance their lives. In fact, my favourite line in the TABI Aims is: ‘To promote Tarot as a force for good and development in…

Review of The Celtic Tarot

Artist & Premise of Deck The author, Kristoffer Hughes, Chief of the Anglesey Druid Order, has chosen to develop a deck which incorporates the wisdom of Celtic Mythology; beautifully illustrated by Chris Down with a portrait like quality. The deck is rooted in the author’s Celtic background, and he uses it as an opportunity to…

The Star

Deck used: Secrets of the Tarot by Zsofia Lazar and Katalin Szegedi Recently I started contributing to the TABI (Tarot Association of the British Isles) blog, and helping out with their newsletter. Well, Kati P writes a monthly article about a card which she chooses at random from the deck of her choice. This month…

Book Review: Going Beyond the Little White Book

Recently I acquired the Gummy Bear Tarot, and I found the most amazing little white book ever. I loved the sayings and the feelings invoked by the descriptions of the cards. Well, given that I’ve possessed maybe a dozen packs of Tarot since I started reading, that’s quite a compliment. I found it even better,…