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Love these stones and can't wait to see what they help inspire. :) xoxo
I can see why you love, them, Sharon...Such beautiful sculptures of nature..."simple and astonishing", I love that...and, the soft colors of the earth here are reassuring to my eyes as well...merci...R.
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Joli tableau par sa simplicité.:o)
Smooth and beautiful and very evocative. Poetry stones.
i love rocks, especially ones who are shaped like hearts. it looks like you have an apricot heart in your bunch! and, i sure like that big guy in the front. he reminds me of a half-eaten drumstick.
The pleasure to caress something sweet, in FRance your stones would be called "Doudou" (Doux-doux =sweet-sweet)
Malyss -- that's so funny because "doo-doo" here means poop! Think of the confusion between a French and American speaker - "I'm holding some doo-doo." haha. xx
Belo poema...Espectacular....Votos de Boas Festas...Cumprimentos
Do you also have a green toy soldier and Max(from Where the Wild Things Are),and a toy typewriter keeping you company at that desk amid the chaos?
“Maybe we’re here only to say: house, bridge, well, gate, jug, olive-tree, window--at most, pillar, tower--but to say them, remember, oh! to say them in a way that the things themselves never dreamed of so intensely.” --Rilke
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