Wednesday, 13 July 2011

Collections - Stones

If a stone begs to come home with you how can you resist? Smiley was our very first pet stone. He's been with us a long time.

Smiley Stone

Smiley's family

Ancient cave painting stone!

We can't rescue every stone though. Smiley's distant relatives will have to stay distant.







9 comments:

  1. hehe, loved this post, i tend to always come home with a stone from the beach, although mine arnt nearly as cheeky looking as your stone family :o) Scarlett x

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  2. I'm glad I'm the only one who does this lol. I picked one from Arromanche beach in France a few years ago, which was where my late father landed on D-Day.

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  3. I love your stones, great collection!
    Anne xx

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  4. With me it's pebbles!

    Sandie xx

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  5. Ha ha thats so cute I will never be able to look at a stone with a hole without thinking of this post now.xx

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  6. Brilliant. I used to bring all sorts of stones home with me from places we visited when I was a child, and my kids have done this too. I haven't found any as happy as your's though.

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  7. aawww bless you these are so cute ;-)) We normally come away with shells ;-)) But next i go to a pebble beach i will be looking for faces to. dee x

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  8. I love your stones. Smiley stone is fab.

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  9. Cute collection! I love seeing what other people collect - makes me feel better about mine! SToring this collection could be indoor or outdoor which is a bonus!!!

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