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Traveling Heart-Shaped Rock Project - Join Us!

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Would you like to participate in a photo project that has a little heart-shaped rock hopping around the globe one blog at a time? Would you like to have your blog spotlighted? Then you need to take part in the Traveling Heart-Shaped Rock Project! (Part 3)

While on the Oregon Coast I found this little "gem" and decided I didn't want its journey to end. 'Why not', I thought, 'share this heart rock with my blog pals?' So, here we are! This blog photo project is on it's 3rd go-around.  We've had some wonderful participants and seen some great photos.  Let's see how far we can go this time.  (The first stop is in Connecticut :-> )

How can you, you lovely blogging person, take part in the Traveling Heart-Shaped Rock Project you ask? Here's what you do:

*E-mail your name & address to annharrison@comcast.net. I will add your destination to the list. Once you receive the little heart-shaped gem...

*Take a picture of it with something that represents you; it could be an object, a place, whatever you like.

*Then... post the picture on your blog; let your readers know you are participating in The Traveling Heart-Shaped Rock Project.

*Let me know when you receive our little gem; I'll send you the name & address of the next blogger to mail the rock to.

I know that some bloggers plan on sending the "gem" on it's way along with a little trinket/souvenir for the next blogger. I love it! Do what feels right, just have fun. And, don't forget, take pics and post 'em. 

I'll be sharing your pics on my blog as well, you will be the T.H.S.R.P. Spotlight Blogger. At the end of its journey I'll create a slideshow of our pics reminiscing about its travels (and wishing it had been me :-> ).

What a fun way to have your blog highlighted. I hope you take part in the Traveling Heart-Shaped Rock Project!

(*Send questions or comments to annharrisonATcomcastDOTnet )


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