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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

#MurrayGaRocks

Kendall and I had fun painting some rocks to hide in Chatsworth over the weekend.

Here are the rocks we painted.  Kendall did a lot of Pokemon characters while I just painted all sorts of things.

First stop was Veterans Park.

We left rocks on my Daddy's brick as well as my first cousin's brick.  Like my purple toes? The sun was shining brightly and I could not see very well as I was taking the photo.

Next was the city park....the city is building a stage in the park. I am hoping there will be some outdoor concerts there this fall.

Kendall hid our Jesus Loves You Rock here at First Baptist.

Our last rocks were hidden at the old well in Eton. Kendall was tricky when she was hiding the rocks.

We have been checking the #Murray Ga Rocks web page and several of our rocks were found. It was a fun way to spend a Friday afternoon. Kendall and I are both young at heart.

8 comments:

Dianna said...

What a fun way to spend some time with Kendall. Even more fun was hearing about some of the rocks being found!

Sandy said...

That was a fun thing to do with Kendall. She has a special Nana.

Aritha said...

Love to read that! You are a kind nana, I think.

Mary said...

I saw this in Dunedin,Florida for the first time last month. A little 3 year old boy found one and he was thrilled and of course I had to ask the grandparents what it was all about. Neat Idea!! Fun way to spend time painting and hiding them.

Terri D said...

Purple toes DOES say young at heart! They look fabulous! What fun you two are having with the rocks. Exciting to see the ones found on the website!

Gina said...

Arlene, what a wonderful idea! I spy Pikachu! I wonder if my grandson would like to paint rocks?

Mari said...

People are hiding rocks in our area too - such a fun thing!
Your purple toes look great!

Linda said...

This is the first I've heard of painting rocks! I'm intrigued!