I never really got into tarot cards. I always saw them as lame and cheesy, and the people that I knew that liked them REALLY liked them.
Speaking of lame and cheesy, now I will discuss The Castle of Crossed Destinies. Basically these people gather in a castle and can't speak. Instead they use tarot cards to tell each other their stories. So the whole book is like this:
I surmised from the fact that he laid down the Seven of Cups that something had happened to him in the wood. Could it be an attack? Yes, it must have been, since next he put down the Eight of Swords.
In other news, I would like to share the best recipe for Migas I have found on the Internet. We LOVE this. Rachael Ray's Mighty Migas Recipe is (optionally) cheesy, but NOT lame!