Saturday, August 19, 2017

Just a little something

Well Thursday night my computer went all the way through it's updating and everything seems to be working ok. I guess I lucked out.

The other day while I was out walking I stopped to admire some of the flowers in front of the funeral home. I have always liked black eyed susans.



I took the picture and then I noticed a rock leaning up against the sign post. I left it there for someone else to find.

Do they paint and hide the rocks in your neck of the woods? If they do have you found any?

15 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

I have never seen any, only read about it. I hope some bereaved person finds this, and it brightens their day. I like the tiny blue bells under the Black Eyed Susans too.

Sandra said...

nice rock.. I don't know if they are here or not, I never go anywhere except Walmart and the Y and TOPS meeting, so far those 3 places have no rocks. he he he.. I don't even go in our front yard, there may be one out there. yesterday I went to shut down my desk top and it started the update thing and for 3 hours it sat there, then I got the log in, and it took another hour plus. so about 4 hours and I have super highspeed internet. the thing is the laptop has not asked me to do the update. now I wonder why...there may be no difference now, but wait until we go to use something and find we don't know how. I am not a fan of Windows any more

Andrea said...

I've heard of the rock hiding but don't know if anyone does it around here or not. But I love the idea... as I do your flower picture, Ann. Absolutely lovely! xoxo

Out on the prairie said...

I have found the painted rocks all over.

Sandee said...

I've heard about The Kindness Rocks Project, and the Rainbow Rock Project, so I'm guessing this is something like that.

Have a fabulous day off, Ann. Big hug to you and tons of scritches to Gibbs. ♥♥♥

Marg said...

I have also heard of people hiding rocks but have never seen any.That is a pretty one. You all have a great day.

Connie said...

I might want to try painting and hiding rocks . . . sounds like fun :) Is that shamrock growing around that rock and does it grow wild where you live?

Deb Riddell ~ Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Pretty posies and they were just talking about this rock painting phenomenon in one of my DT groups the other day, must be a U.S. thing, haven't seen any painted rocks up here in Canada other than the ones Mother Nature scatters about! Deb xo

Hootin' ♥ Anni said...

I found one and it had a biblical saying on it. Left it where I found it.

LOVE the flowers!

Pam Jackson said...

Of course we do the rocks...we are known as 615 Rocks! Using our area code. I love it. I have yet to find any but I have dropped several to be found and I have about 5 painted to go out soon. Great find.

CrystalChick said...

Since I do paint rocks... I think this post rocks!!! lol I give some away, but also sell them too. Just had an inquiry yesterday for one, and a friend is buying something for her garden.
I haven't got it going yet, but am planning to start a FB group for my small town where people can share about painting/leaving/finding them in the community. It's popular!


Duni said...

These are blooming in our garden right now. The painted rocks idea is great :)

Lin said...

The black-eyed Susans never do well in my yard for some reason. But I like them and keep planting them, regardless.

No rocks around here. I've seen it all over FB...but I have not seen this here yet.

Ida said...

They are doing that here where I live but as yet I haven't went looking for any hidden rocks nor painted any. It might be fun to give it a try.

roth phallyka said...

as I do your flower picture, Ann. Absolutely lovely! xoxo


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