Tag Archives: Rose Anderson

A Dynamic Balance of Opposites

We all know symbols are everywhere, but how often do we actually stop to think about them? Last week’s posts were about divination symbols. Continuing on with that, today I’ll take a look at the I Ching. The I Ching … Continue reading

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Your guess is as good as mine #FridayReads

If you’ve been visiting my blog, you know I’ve been covering symbols and sharing the best of the resources I’ve found. If you’re a writer, I hope you’ve found useful things here. If you’re a reader, I hope you’ve been … Continue reading

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Blogging at Romance Books ‘4’ Us today #MFRWAuthor

It’s the 4th of the month and my blog day at Romance Books ‘4’ Us. I’m continuing the 2016 Symbol Series there with palmistry and more. Come see! http://romancebooks4us.blogspot.com/2016/02/high-five-by-rose-anderson.html Tomorrow ~ More! ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ Words Worth Mentioning for February “Our distrust … Continue reading

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Hangin’ High #humpday

If this is your first time here, I’m in the middle of my 2016 Symbol Series. Scroll down for an explanation and previous posts. In the Old Norse eddic poem, Hávamál (The sayings of the high one), Odin sacrificed himself … Continue reading

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Big thoughts #TuesdayBookBlog

Words are symbols for thoughts. I know, I’m a writer. If you’ve been here before, you’ll know I often mention that I love words for the symbols they are.  Words have power. This is why they have the ability to … Continue reading

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Adages & Groundhogs #MondayBlogs

I saw a breathtaking sunrise full of flaming color this past Saturday. I knew I could never do it justice by snapping a picture of it, so I just stood at the window and watched. And you know what thought … Continue reading

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Luck of the draw #FridayReads

From lucky rabbit’s foot to a horseshoe nailed over the door, symbols of good fortune come in all shapes and sizes and materials. Some are deeply rooted in culture and represent generic or personal beliefs. Some are there just for … Continue reading

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Outrageous Fortune #IndieThursday

Luck. From lucky rabbit’s foot to a horseshoe nailed over the door, symbols of good fortune come in all shapes and sizes and can be anything really. Some are deeply rooted in culture and represent generic or personal beliefs. Some … Continue reading

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Feelin’ Lucky? #WriterWednesday

Who hasn’t heard of luck charms? Mention a rabbit’s foot or a horseshoe nailed over the door and our minds make an immediate association to luck. Symbols of good fortune represent generic or personal beliefs and come in all shapes … Continue reading

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Finding fortune in a china cup

I’ve mentioned before that I was once involved with living history. Our odd hobby began in 1984 and we raised our family in it. At one point, from April to October and just about every weekend we participated in living … Continue reading

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