When I saw this picture I recognized that friendship wasn’t limited to just us humans. I came to the conclusion that if animals can find friendship then why not use their kingdom to teach children the meaning, purpose, and that a person’s appearance shouldn’t be a limiting factor. If you would like to see how a rabbit, groundhog, chicken and owl became friends, pick up on my blog, a free copy of the four book series on Pok’along in the Valley of the Digadoos. You can also review the series on Amazon. One thing the book teaches … someone will try to destroy that friendship.
Book #5 is still in edit, so I asked myself, what do I do until the edit is completed. I could start another book, paint a picture, audit some music, cut a few more rocks, or design something new from what I have found . When going through the variscite on hand, I discovered a couple of rocks that appeared slightly different. In cutting I discovered they were of a rare Variscite, I think from Germany. Was able to recover six slices that I thought of excellent presentation. Finished the piece as pictured. By adding a small diamond in a blemish noted in the stone. The piece is 1″ x 2″ with a silver wire for the case.