Rose Rocks

Bedrock

 Rose was the Hitty in my pocket today, and at lunchtime, we left the Museum to go for a walk around the neighbourhood. At a nearby consignment store we found a wee rocking-chair! Rose rocked all afternoon both waiting for me to finish at the Museum, and then all the way home…here she is on the mossy bedrock near the Museum!

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Rock Bridge

…and here she is on the rock bridge in Beacon Hill Park.

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Beach Rocks

She stopped for a little rock on the beach rocks off Dallas Road!

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Rock Garden

Nearer to home, she rocked in clump of snowdrops near a rock garden.

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Rose Rocks

Of course the best place to rock is at home in front of the wood stove! But Rose rocks wherever she goes!

 

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12 thoughts on “Rose Rocks

  1. Quimper Human, you continually transform me (and I suspect I’m not the only reader) into a world of smiles and wonder with your stories.
    This was a triple joy. The transcendence of experiencing the awe of nature.
    The wonder that Hittys bring to the few chosen ones that they come to…opening up and awakening our inner child…who delights in being out again to play.
    The rocking chair…how lovely to sit and rock in a rocking chair. I loved it as a small little girl, and I love it now that I am an old woman.
    All of your photos are amazing.

  2. As a long time lover of my rocking chairs (rock while something bakes, rock while doing embroidery…rock just to think over things) I applaud Rose and her chair!! And yes….anywhere a rocking chair fits is a great place to rock!

  3. What a perfect rocking chair! And it looks so well made. I think that Rose has the right idea. We all just need a rocking chair that we can carry around, to rock in wherever we are. Sherry, I am rocking right now while a cake bakes, and I always carve in a chair that rocks. It just doesn’t work otherwise.

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