Happy Easter

Today is Easter Sunday, a day commercially known for its chocolate eggs, fluffy yellow chicks and bunnies.

In my Sunday school days (until I was 13) I loved going to my classes and doing my christian learning, it gave me a good foundation of right and wrong and how to live life as a good person. It was an Evangelist Church Sunday School that I went to and it was always such fun. We had a ‘club night’ on a Wednesday and played games and baked and had a great time, and I remember this time fondly. I think we only went into the actual church a couple of times. There was one time I remember I was asked to be a fish! Can’t remember why, but it was embarrassing standing there in front of the congregation opening and closing my mouth akin to a fish out of water. Everyone seemed to think it was cute, me not so much!

Unfortunately, this time in my life ended when I got too old for this group and was expected to go up into the teenagers group, which I wasn’t mentally ready for. I was very shy and bullied easily so was out of my depth and didn’t want to leave my comfort zone. I may not recognise myself as a christian today, but it’s teachings are carried with me every day. I still have my childhood bible and all the bookmarks I collected with my lessons. It still feels a bit like a safety blanket having it sat there on my book shelf holding so many memories for me from my pre-teen years; the years before life got more real.

My childhood bible

Today I am far more comfortable in my own skin. Yes, people do try to act the bully around me, but I’m mature enough now to try to understand their reasoning. I just wish I had been like this when I was in school, I may have enjoyed the experience.

So as I write this – egg-less (I don’t eat chocolate!) and lost in memories. I hope you enjoy your day.

Love Jennifer x

About Jennifer

Tarot has been a part of my life for a long time now. It has helped guide me in so many ways, and now I am offering you the opportunity to gain the clarity and guidance a tarot reading can give. A tarot reading is a very personal thing, it can reach into the darkest of places and help bring light and potential into being, and it can help guide you through the rough patches of life and also let you know if you’re on the right path. Tarot can take you on a wonderful journey of discovery. It can open up your world to new ways of being, and you can meet new people and have some adventures along the way. Let us begin...
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