Another walk, another painted rock. Someone is keeping busy! Stay safe, stay well!

I love this little rock! It’s so easy to give up. Or feel like we just don’t have what it takes. But you know what? We CAN do it! Stay safe, stay well!

I almost missed this tiny beetle art! It’s very small, and other than the dots, blended into the rock it was sitting on! It’s a little difficult to see the antennae in this photo, but they are there. Very cute! Stay safe, stay well!

The sun is fading the colors on many of the rocks. Apparently new ones aren’t getting painted any more! I really like this little one. It reminds me of a pottery shard. I can imagine a large piece of which this is a tiny part. The design reminds me of a very modernistic style. Stay safe, stay well!

When we get the flu, or a cold we say “I caught a bug.” Well, it looks like this “bee” caught a bug, too! Do you see it? I didn’t realize there was a bug on this painted rock until I processed the photo! Sometimes, you just have to look closely at things, and bugs, to get a better understanding. Stay safe, stay well.

You don’t have to be perfect. You don’t have to be brilliant. You don’t have to be beautiful or handsome. You don’t need to do everything. YOU get to decide, for yourself, what is important to you and what isn’t. So, wake up every day, being perfectly YOU! Be AWESOME! Stay safe, stay well!

We worm our way through life, around issues, into hearts. We put worms on hooks to catch fish. And some people like to cook with them, or deep fry them. I think this is a worm, but perhaps the artist meant it to be a snake? I will never know. Stay safe. Stay well.

Shine. "Remember to look up at the stars and now down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you see and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious. And however difficult life may seem, there is always something you can do and succeed at. It matters that you don’t just give up.” – Professor Stephen Hawking Stay safe. Stay well. Shine on!

A clue? A hint? Directions to follow? What happens if we go that way? Or this way? Are we just going to go with the flow? Or swim up stream? Another painted rock found on our walks around the neighborhood. Stay safe. Stay well. Be kind.

Another neighborhood painted rock. I have to say, this one made me laugh. All of my life, there have been many PSA notices reminding us to wash our hands. In the bathroom, before cooking, when you’re sick, after using cleaning products. Have we listened? Not always. I’ve seen people skip it, even when I knew it was in their best interest. But not any more! Now, people are washing their hands so much, they’re asking about what lotions and potions to use on them to keep them smooth and soft!

Another painted rock found on my neighborhood walk. It is important to love each other and treat each other with kindness. With so much uncertainty, a little love and caring will go a long way. Stay safe; stay well!

This is actually smaller in real life. What a simple symbol with such a powerful message. We all need peace. Peace in the world, peace for first responders, peace in our lives, and peace in our hearts. Stay safe; stay well!

We are one world! What we do affects everyone. This is another painted rock that was found during my walks around the neighborhood! Stay safe! Stay well!

As I mentioned on Friday, we sometimes fine works of art along our walking or biking path. I am sharing these with you to help brighten your day, as they do mine. Today’s is a little blue beetle. I love that whoever created it, decided to make her blue, instead of red! Stay safe! Stay well!

We go out walking or bike riding, early in the morning, now that we are stuck at home. It’s good exercise, and being out in the morning sun helps to elevate mood and keep us happy. Along our walking path, we have found many “works of art”. I was thinking you might like to see some of them! On yesterday’s walk, we took a different route, just for a change of scenery, and we came across these chalk-art paintings on either side of the driveway at one of the neighbor’s homes.