A description of what started this particular blog can be found in its first entry --Feb. 9, 2009. It's about healing.
Monday, May 4, 2015
In Stone It Is Painted
Nothing she decrees is Carved in stone -- it is Painted-- and one Sees she alone knows Where everything goes. This whatness sticks to Rock and rock stays put Face up on an earthen Clock of garden days.
What a bright and whimsical way to mark the "earthen clock of garden days".ReplyDelete
Bright and whimsical are very good adjectives for Norma. Thanks, Jon.Delete
Oh these are fabulous, Geo...and your description, "earthen clock of garden days" is so apt for these little treasures.ReplyDelete
How wonderful! :)
Thanks, Ygraine! Relayed compliment to Norma.Delete
I've been tied up with the A-to-Z and I've missed you, Geo.ReplyDelete
Your stones are lovely and ironically, I do rock paintings for the garden, too. I'll paint on anything, actually. Why not? It just makes it all look more unique.
Hope you're having a good day, dear.
Dear Cherdo, I suspected you might be a rock painter. I have some experience in recognizing them.Delete
I have not seen stones painted to mark the garden before. It is a wonderful idea! When I first opened your site I thought you were showing off your pet rocks.ReplyDelete
It's safer than marking seed beds with stakes, which can impale gardeners. I hate getting impaled.Delete
I read stakes as snakes and was in full agreement :)Delete
Marking seedbeds with snakes will be in the next Olympics. I mean, they have badminton now. It's gotta be next.Delete
Oh those are so cute, I would circle any center piece with them.ReplyDelete
Kind Munir, that is a lovely compliment that I have repeated to Norma. She says thank you and so do I.Delete
I am a great admirer of whatness.ReplyDelete
Me too --there is wonder in universal quiddity-- as I admire you.Delete
Oh, loved the painted stones and your poemReplyDelete
Happy housepainting, Angel! June can't come too soon.Delete
I like the way your words kind of slide off of each other, like water along a creek. You paint pure beauty with words, Geo.ReplyDelete
Most kind, Robyn. Thanks!Delete
Those rocks rock - what a good idea, and excellent execution.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Jenny! You rock too.Delete
What a cracker of a creation! I'm very impressed, they're so homely and personal - they'd be a beauty of an addition in our garden!ReplyDelete
Thanks Helena. They're good for helping grandkids identify plants too.Delete
What a beautiful way to mark the rows in my veggie plotReplyDelete
Thank you! And best wishes on your garden.Delete