The cooling air brought in a storm with spectacular anvil clouds overreaching the town before the actual wind and rain came in a huff and torrent. Why a Hot Rock Night? Well, goes back to the “Smokin’ Hot Pizza Night” and our having brought back some interesting rocks from The Black Hills, including a piece of white quartz I bought in honor of meeting Divya, Dan’s girlfriend. What a lovely woman.
Also, I like to have gatherings from time-to-time and this was a good time to connect with other people and have them meet and re-connect with the Laughing Labyrinth. And so much easier on my back to have others place rocks in the Labyrinth. But, mostly, this involves others and makes for “Community” which is a topic I am exploring and posted on my other blog recently.
Today, I could identify two of the several rocks placed just 12 hours ago. Mainly, because they are of distinctive textures and colors. The other quieter rocks I could not easily find as they seemed to settle right in. Wonderful! Diana said last night that she was drawn to the rose quartz and at one point it seemed to indicate a place. But, “I was not ready to give it up, yet.” So, she continued to walk and then, found a mutually agreeable place for the quartz. It sits under the drip line of the magnolia tree, next to an emerging prairie leaflet, thus identifying and protecting the leaflet from getting clipped off.