Saturday, October 29, 2011

Believe it or not!

Rolling the stone
Dear Luisa, thanks for sharing your story with me.

Dear Carolina,
this morning I found your beautiful stone in front of the library branch that I visit every Saturday. Believe me or not: it was the answer I was looking for. BELIEVE. I am so grateful that I decided not to keep the rock with me. I will place it somewhere else to be found by another person.
Luisa 

Thursday, October 27, 2011

It's always time to play!

"Can we find all of them?"
Looking for treasures buried in the sand, little hunter Jayden found one of my rocks. I am glad for him and for his mom who sent me a very, very nice mail. 

"Hi Carolina, my son Jayden found this rock buried in the sand at the neighborhood park. Jayden LOVES it! He was really excited to find out we could go on line and learn more about it.  "Can we find all of them?" was his response when I showed him the website. It was really special to see his face light up  - he is always hunting for treasures and he actually found one this time!  Thanks for bringing some joy and magic to my little guy's day! Sincerely, Cynthia and Jayden "

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Magic Happens

Reese loved it "a hundred million infinity".
What a lovely mail I received from Mimi, Reese and Jonah! Their words left my heart full of sweetness. I wish that beautiful Reese and amazing Jonah always find magic in their lives.

"My kids and I found this rock at Jimbo's. I usually don't let them take things that look like they belong to others - but when I saw the website address and it said the word magic - we decided it was put there for us to find. Imagine our surprise when we pulled up the website to find that it truly was "magic." My kids are 7 and 4.5 and think this is fantastic. 

My 4.5 year old daughter carried the rock around in the Jimbo's kid's shopping cart. She said she loves it a hundred million infinity. My 7 year old son wanted you to know he thinks it is special because he is REALLY into magic. His 7th birthday party was a magic theme. 

Thanks for making our day magical!  Good luck with the rest of the rocks - we will be following your progress. Mimi, Reese and Jonah "

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Word rocks

My deepest desire is when you find one of the stones, you find the perfect word in the perfect time. Have a beautiful day!