Notes about living and gardening somewhere down in Texas
I love them!!!!!
I love the message your new stones are sending out. They will make a great addition to your garden.
Your post is just what I needed today...don't know why, but I woke with an antsy feeling I'm having trouble shaking completely. So today, I'll just bounce into your post when I need to be calmed :-)
I like the stones. I have a few stones in the garden too(-:
Probably most my favorite words in the world. All have such substance.Brenda
Nice thoughts for the garden. Where did you get them? I would love one for my garden as a memorial to my little dog Pepper who passed away just over a year ago.
Hi everyone!Glad you like them Tina. I love stones like this in the garden.Thanks Susie. They do send out good thoughts for a garden don't they!Glad it calmed you jj--hope everything is ok now.Glad you like the stones Cindee. I love whimsical things in a garden--and I love stones!! :)I agree Brenda--they are powerful words! Love them spread out in the garden. I actually put them along the flagstone path.Racquel--I got them, believe it or not, at Joanns. Do you have a Joanns near you? If not let me know and I will pick one (or 2 or 3) up for you next time I go.
Great pictures!!! You did not have to sat anymore.
Love the rock. Stop by my blog. I've got something for you.
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