A full and complete answer to your question in ten cards lies below. First, observe the symbols and images in your tarot cards, then slowly take in the wisdom in your reading.
To interpret your ten cards, look for how many cards you have that are similar: major arcana, suits, numbers, themes, or how they might be different, and let your intuition draw the information together.
The six of cups is a happy card, all about optimism and the renewal of the present through what has happened in the past. Things from one's life bring one pleasure ≠ small things, ordinary things. The past is the key; it may be anything from the past. A bridge from the past leading to the present, as exemplified by the rainbow.
Generosity has its own rewards, and sometimes what costs you little may be a great gain to others. These bright coins bring a smile and a welcome easing of the purse- strings, and the luxurious background and lace suggests wealth. The prettiness of the coins disguises their true worth: these are old and valueless coins - common, and worth little as either currency or collection. This gift is no great loss to its giver. The disembodied hand suggests anonymous charity, but there is the unanswered question of who gives, and why. The coins might be what is needed to pay a debt, but are they really free? Are there any strings attached? Gratitude is not always the most comfortable of emotions, implying an obligation towards one's donor. Beware the bright and shiny lure of an easy solution, for it may have a higher cost than you anticipate.
The eight of wands in many Tarot decks have always been illustrated as being a positive card. The meaning of my eight of wands has been influenced by aspects of creating something important with speedily action, this can then be applied to the creative development of a new project. In my interpretation of this card this can reflect on how we can create a structure from an idea and then expand this into reality.
This card stands for happiness & completion on an emotional level. Nothing is wanting to one's happiness; one has found the end of the rainbow and the gold that is hidden therein.
With a King, a suggestion is made for extroversion and decisions to be made. With Swords, that this decision needs to be made by being sensitive to not only what is of intrinsic value but also how it may unfold given the myriad possibilities inherent in the situation.
When the Ace of Swords turns up, a grand yes! is yelled from the sky, a wish may come true. There may be a great realization, a manifestation, a liberation, an awakening, opening to the truth that sets you free, something miraculous.
An act in the process of obtainment. Keywords: Ignition, Knowledge, Initiate, Create, Conductor, Manipulation, Process, Action, Transformation, Transmutation, Metamorphosis, Liberation, Attainment and Inversion.
The glasses represent the end of something good. If you look at this scene only through the fallen glass, only at the mess, you see the inverted pentagram; the lost beauty, the sadness. In stead you should try to see in this still life all the happy memories it represents. If the perspective is shifted and you look at the scene through the full glass, the pentagram is the right side up. Even an apple in the midst of a pentagram can just be an ordinary piece of fruit. If you just look at its symbolic value, you never see it for what it is. Everything is what it is, and bad omens originate in our own fears.
The two drinks indicate a partnership - friendship, business, romantic, doesn't really matter. What matters is that there are two of you, and you are close enough to sit down and share a drink together, and hopefully, to wash up afterwards. We don't want the milk to go sour in the cup now, do we! It's not likely to though, the two of you mesh, you share a synchronicity - if one of you has made this drink, the other will most likely clean up afterwards, but what ever you do, you will share in it together.