about her receiving a traveling stone.
Traveling what you ask? Let me explain...the journey started in Canada in late 2012 when Traveling Stone founder, Darlene received two stones-one round pink pearl and a rectangular purple rock-at a function.
Well, to make a wonderful story short-these two stones have since been split where the pink pearl has traveled from Scotland, to Australia to Texas and now, me!
|The pink pearl is in near the top left corner of the box.|
Now, on to the juicy journey part!
After receiving the stones, they first met my children
(they just wanted to touch and play with them of course) :)
|Don't you just love the one blue-eyed and the one brown-eyed mix?|
Then, I took them to visit my awesome friend, Andrea as we both met up in Glenwood Springs, Colorado- a beautiful mountain town surrounded with forests, but I didn't see any bears! The Stones insisted that they take all the photos so you won't see them on this trip, but they were there...trust me.
|Is it just me or does this bench right next to the edge of a steep cliff feel a bit sadistic...wrong?|
|The Pink pearl really loved this tombstone and remarked that she felt a kinship ( I get it).|
|My friend, Andrea (right) and I on the path to the cemetery.|
|Hard to believe I am wearing a sweater in the middle of April!|
WAIT! Don't go...
I NEED YOUR HELP!
The stones need a new host! If you would like to host the traveling stones, please put your email in the comments box and I will send them to you.I'm linking to Traveling Stones ! Go here as well for more information and to keep track of the stones journeys.