Full Disclosure

I have left many a stone unturned.

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46 thoughts on “Full Disclosure

  1. Paul says:

    I was looking for worms, so when I had enough, I stopped. Never take more than you need.

    😀

  2. russtowne says:

    I once found a rattlesnake when turning over a stone. Some stones are better left unturned.

  3. One never knows what may be lurking, nice to have a peek…if all too hard, let it be. ❤️ Loved the illustration.

  4. tric says:

    I’ve rarely found anything worthwhile under a stone and often regretted the time and effort I’d taken to turn it.

  5. ksbeth says:

    sometimes it’s best just to leave it lying there as is )

  6. Bernadette says:

    Sometimes it is best to let sleeping stones lay.

  7. Some stones need to be left unturned. 🙂

  8. Val Boyko says:

    Many stones are not ours …

  9. inmycorner says:

    … I would doubt that would be for a lack of trying, Colleen.

  10. Yes, some things are best left alone. The heavier the better. 🙂

  11. It’s like a treasure hunt isn’t it? What did YOU find. 😀 😀 😀

  12. reocochran says:

    Leaving stones left unturned may mean leaving unfinished business, Colleen. Not sure if meant this way, but I try to turn over most stones along my path in life, figuratively. 🙂 There usually is a purpose for their being in my way.

  13. April says:

    I think I have left some stones as they lie. Not sure it was a good idea.

  14. Yeah, some are just too heavy. And if you turn it, someone might see and say, “Hey, I just turned that!”

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