Painted Rocks, Joy, and Childhood Revisited

I grew up spending my summers at the beach, and one of our favorite pastimes was collecting rocks and shells, and painting them.

Well, imagine my surprise when I recently discovered adults all around the world have taken to painting rocks, and tucking them in fun spots for other folk to find. Rocks with messages, or not. Rocks with great artwork on them…or not.  The point is to spread a bit of love.

So last Tuesday, my besties and I on our “girls playday,” painted rocks, and on the weekend I took them to the beach where the Sea Festival was happening, and I left them here and there, in plain view.

I could only imagine the childlike joy of finding such a special gift—something another human being had created with love.

Guess what we’re doing this Tuesday? Yep, painting more rocks, and this time I might leave a couple at the hospital, or in odd spots around town. My goal in life is to make people smile, and I’m tickled to find this new way that will hopefully bring a moment of joy to a total stranger.

 

 


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17 thoughts on “Painted Rocks, Joy, and Childhood Revisited

  1. Marsha R. West says:

    Hey, Kathryn. What a lovely idea. I may have to try this with my grandkids. My only experience was once as a room mother for one of my daughters’, for the “Easter” party, which I thought inappropriate in a public school, we painted rocks instead of having eggs. It was pretty fun. I’m sure mine did not turn out as well as yours, but then that’s not the point. Sharing joy is. I’ll share your post.

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