If I ever find some cojoined round rocks that look like a heart in my woods, I'll be sure to send them to you.
I heart heart shaped rocks. :)
How amazing. I just finished reading Nina Bagley's post about the heart shaped rock her Buddha statue holds and the heart shaped rocks her children used to collect for her at http://ornamental.typepad.com/ornamental/2006/09/becoming_aunt_l.html and immediately afterwards I find myself at your photo. And today I was making heart shaped buttons. I will take this as a very good sign....
I, too, love the heart shaped rocks. I've never found one though, I'm mostly looking for heart shaped clouds!
I am so jealous of your collection!I love them! I love them all!
Your farm is so full of love!
I can't believe there's someone else who does this! I gave my partner a heart-shaped rock that I found while we were hiking and we still have it. When I gave it to him I said I was giving him my heart... mushy mushy mushy...
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