I have left many a stone unturned.
I was looking for worms, so when I had enough, I stopped. Never take more than you need.
🙂 that’s the way to go through life Paul. 🙂
Ahhhh, grasshopper. All under rocks connected. You really only have to turn over One. 😀
I think I like this. I suppose though, we have to pick the right one. Or take the path from whichever one, to the right one. Even if it is a little detoured. 😉
I once found a rattlesnake when turning over a stone. Some stones are better left unturned.
AMEN Russ !!!! I would avoid stones the rest of my life at that point!!!
One never knows what may be lurking, nice to have a peek…if all too hard, let it be. ❤️ Loved the illustration.
Thank you Jen ! Right, I see no need to turn over every stone. I’d never have time for what I do find if I turn them all over!
I’ve rarely found anything worthwhile under a stone and often regretted the time and effort I’d taken to turn it.
There you go then. Lessons every where we look. And don’t look. 🙂
Haha. I like that.
sometimes it’s best just to leave it lying there as is )
Sometimes they work better as stepping stones any way. 🙂
Sometimes it is best to let sleeping stones lay.
Sometimes, indeed 🙂
Some stones need to be left unturned. 🙂
Can’t get ’em all! 🙂
Many stones are not ours …
… I would doubt that would be for a lack of trying, Colleen.
Ha! I think I have left a few on purpose…..
Thank you! 🙂
Yes, some things are best left alone. The heavier the better. 🙂
Or the jagged ones. WIth worms (or snakes) under them. 🙂
It’s like a treasure hunt isn’t it? What did YOU find. 😀 😀 😀
Hmmmmm, well, some treasures and some surprises! 🙂 HI TESS! 🙂 ❤
Hi, Colleen! Not sure about some SURprizes. 🙂
Well, those SURprises …..hopefully SOME of them are worth the effort. 😉
Ha ha. I’m with you there! 🙂
Thank you Lyn! 🙂
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.
I like how anyone interprets this Robin. 🙂 And I understand what you mean. Like, what may you miss if you don’t turn it over? 🙂
Colleen, so gracious in trying to see my interpretation as I wasn’t sure if turning stones over was “bad” but I do think “letting sleeping dogs lie” is a great thing to do and bypass waking them. Lol 😀
The reality of letting sleeping dogs lie is extremely important when you are on a bicycle!!!! 🙂
I think I have left some stones as they lie. Not sure it was a good idea.
I don’t think it’s possible, or wise, to turn over every single stone in our way. 🙂
True, walking over them works too.
Yeah, some are just too heavy. And if you turn it, someone might see and say, “Hey, I just turned that!”
I didn’t even think of that!!!!!
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