My daughter found a Timmy Stone with a black cat at the Philadelphia Art Museum. It was at the top of the steps on the legde of the fountain.
Picture will be uploaded soon and hopefully we can get a name to put with that lucky Timmy Stone Finder!
Jay Davis from Coldwell Banker found a Timmy Stone that was placed by the World War II Memorial, facing the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC.
What makes this particular Timmy Stone extra special is it was sponsored by Katie Wandall for placement during our yearly trip to Washington to meet with the Environmental Protection Agency and other law makers.
This Timmy Stone is granite and has the message ‘For All Souls Lost & Found’ on it.
We are doing what we believe will be a one-time project. We will be sending out Timmy Stones to people who are not expecting them. These might be people who always give their love of animals freely, are positive and much loved. They might be others who could use some good cheer due to health, a recent loss or other struggles. Sometimes a random gift from the heart can do more to raise spirits than anything.
Timmy Stone volunteers make all our stones by hand. Some of our volunteers are talented artists, some are simply talented, others (like me) have next to no artistic ability to decorate a stone and some have been decorated by very special children. It doesn’t matter what your Timmy Stone looks like – Each one holds a story that’s unique from the first concept, to the process of designing them, to the shipping or leaving them somewhere and to the person who find a Timmy Stone.
Timmy Stones is all about the heart and the journey.
If you know someone who could use a Timmy Stone, feel free to order on their behalf. Timmy Stones is totally free, however if you would like to help support us continuing this project, there is information on how to do that after you order.
Be Well and Joyous, Healthy, Prosperous New Year from all of us at Timmy Stones!