Stone cold beauty...

Hello, dear friends and Happy Friday! How are you? I hope you've had a wonderful week...

Part of Ron's recovery is to walk each day. Starting out slowly, we began doing daily beach walks. On the very first day out, we ran across these stone sculptures. To me, they are just beautiful, magnificent really.



There is a local guy who makes these little works of art randomly along the beach. They are always disappearing from one spot and reappearing in different displays elsewhere along the beach. Some sculptures are large with lots of rocks stacked on top of each other, some are little, somtimes they are in big groupings, sometimes just one solitary sculpture...They are always a unique work of art. It's so magical and inspiring, I wish I could catch him in the act and give him a big hug. They always, always make me smile. So here's to our mystery sculptor, a true lover of nature and freedom art....


{photos by Ron}


I plan to return to a more regular blog post schedule next week, including Turquoise Tuesday. Thank you so much for hanging in there with me and staying in touch even though I sort of dropped out of sight for a bit.

Ron is improving each and every day. He looks fantastic and feels stronger each day.

Thank you again, dear ones, for being so loving and supportive. I wish I could host a big party in which you all could be here to celebrate our friendship and the beauty of life.

Have a perfectly perfect weekend...xo

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8 comments:

BlackStar said...

The sea is very healing. How lovely that you live so close. Hugs to you and Mr Fringe.

Brenda said...

Gifts of art - which will also certainly support Ron's healing! So so glad he's steadily improving! Walking is so important to healing - wonderful wonderful news! xoxo

The Noisy Plume: said...

Prettttttttttttty!

Good Girls Studio said...

What happy works of art! Hugs to you & yours!

brock street said...

honey bunny. i hope we can see these when we visit next, something so primitive and pure in them. and artsy too....

24 Corners said...

Ron is surrounded by so much love, beauty & nature...so glad he's getting stronger and doing so well.

What an amazing art gallery, love how it travels around secretly and that it's on the beach...absolutely wonderful!

Hugs to you D, and continued health & healing for Ron...
xxoo J~

Ivy Lane said...

what a wonderful, natural work of art.. I see the Three Wise Men there..... I am glad Ron is getting stronger each day! Sending virtual hugs and more prayers your way!

hometown girl said...

i'm so glad things are going well with ron. so nice to hear! i wish i was there near you too!! enjoy your day, xo suz