A heart shaped rock
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This post is inspired by Ms. Renee of Heart tokens. She loves hearts and sees them in various places and circumstances.

Because of her blog, I have begun taking notice of hearts as well.

This past Monday, Memorial Day, on my morning walk I saw this beauty. A rock in the shape of a heart. Normally I do not pick things off the street, but this was in the middle of the walkway. This path is fairly well-traveled, but I was the only traveler present this morning.

So I bent over and picked this one up happy to have found it.

Thank you Ms. Renee for my newly-opened eyes, I choose to see my new heart as a hello from God.

The significance that I found it on a day we remember those lost fighting for others.

Thank you, Lord, for the many tokens of appreciation in our lives.

Published by gifted50

I am a lover of God, most things from nature, (not worms or snakes) and photography. I love dancing, music, reading, learning new things. I am a wife, a mother, a daughter, a sister, a friend. I am a Registered (Emergency Room) Nurse by profession. The intent behind this blog is to share tips on how we can become healthier and better versions of ourselves as we journey life's road together. I write about my life experiences, health, childhood lessons, my relationship with God and man and heed the promptings of the Holy Spirit. So let us journey alongside each other. "Keep good company, read good books, love good things and cultivate soul and body as faithfully as you can" ~ Louisa May Alcott.

13 thoughts on “Hearts

  1. Oh Pene!!! Thanks so much for sharing this! The fact that it was in the middle of a well-traveled walkway, and you were the only one to notice it, can only mean it was meant for you! A “hello” from God! I love it!💜💜💜God is so so good! Is He not?


  2. nice post. A lot of children where I live have been painting positive messages or just hearts on rocks and leaving them along trails, it’s nice to see. My son picked up a huge oval river rock, I don’t know how he lifted it and he painted it and it’s in my front garden. He calls it a turtle.


  3. Pene, I have always been a collector of unusual rocks, geodes, crystals, pine cones, sea shells, feathers…even a rat skeleton was on display for a while. There is such beauty in nature, and i like to feel connected. My girl scout troupe collected and painted river rocks many years ago. Love your rock! I think it’s a keeper! Take care! ❤


  4. Hello Pene! Wow, that is great! I have collected rocks and minerals since I was a kid and have literally looked at tens of thousands of rocks over the years and never found a heart shaped rock. That is a special gift from God for you! Have a great day and God bless!😀😺


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