Besides having tree friends, I also have stone people. I keep these 3 on the window sill over the kitchen sink. It’s hard not to smile or give a little giggle at the sight of them. I might even carry on a short conversation with them if I don’t have an audience.
I do like rocks and have them scattered around inside the house. They are scattered about in the yard, and used for paths and edgings for my gardens. Cairns made from them add a zen-like quality, especiallythe 3 near the water garden. Other rocks wait to be arranged in their place of prominence. I even have almost 40 of what I call my “prehistorics.” They look like what the heads of prehistoric animals could actually have looked like.
My husband says “You’re going to change the rotation of the earth with all these rocks.” I respond with, “That might not be a bad thing.”