a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Friday, December 26, 2014

Gravity Glue Works!!!!

Recently Michael Grab came to my attention with Gravity Glue.  I was amazed!  Could it be possible?

Yes, it can.  I tried it.  It worked.  Granted it was not in the elaborate artistic style of Michael Grab but I did it in my small and effective way.
The dogs were impressed so I did it again and again.
Not as impressive
Not as elaborate
but enough to tell me it can be done.
A few people I shared a clip with had some doubt and quite honestly so did I.
I seem to be empowered when someone says it can't be done. 
These are rocks I would never have chosen to stack
and yet here they stand. 
Fifteen minutes tops for five successes
and I had a blast.
Of course I did!
Once I knew how to feel the balance, it worked.
It involves rocks so I'm super excited.
Think I need to get out more??

22 comments:

Delores said...

Yup...get out and stack more rocks lol.

A Quiet Corner said...

No, I think it's perfect for you!...:)JP

Lynne said...

Looks like the creating would be fun too!

Linda Kay said...

I think you have found your calling!

Sandra said...

they are amazing and very popular in other countries. i have seen them on blogs from Europe several times. yours are every bit as pretty as his.. now what will happen if a dog pushes it or touches it.. how sturdy is it.

Bethany Carson said...

Nicely done!

Terri Buster said...

That's neat- it would be super if those would stay for a good long time! My kids made me some glass flowers for Christmas and I think they said they used 6000 glue or something like that...I've never heard of it. I'm anxious to see if the glass holds together through a good gully washer.

TexWisGirl said...

very cool. :)

Buttons said...

Your a natural Gail. Looks great Hug B

Linda Wildenstein said...

I'm so excited for you. I love this. When it isn't 20 something degrees outside, we might head out to find some rocks to play with. See that's why I envy how you live. You go for a hike in the woods and there you are rock heaven. xoxo Linda

ellen abbott said...

I had fun balancing rocks on my vacation in Oregon on the beaches this summer. no glue though. I wonder how long they lasted after I walked away?

Karen S. said...

A true gift, in so many ways!

McGuffy Ann Morris said...

It makes me think of Stone Henge.
I think you are blessed to have found a way to meditate, destress and connect with nature. It is pleasing, too.

Sandy said...

You did it, they look great!!!!
I'm glad you took pictures and shared them with us.

Mama Zen said...

That's pretty cool!

Far Side of Fifty said...

Wow...I can hardly wait to try that! Right now most of our rocks are really icy. Good job Gail! :)

Michaele said...

I was just sure you actually used an adhesive. This must have been fun and challenging. Right up your alley.

Magaly Guerrero said...

"Once I knew how to feel the balance, it worked."

This sounds a lot like living, doesn't it? Another exercise that is usually going well when dogs approve. ;-)

LindaG said...

Definitely! Your rocks look great!
Makes you wonder how the Indians did it...

Have a blessed Sunday!

Dreaming said...

Oh, what fun! I've seen some balancing stacks while on walks, and have always thought it would be fun to do... I need to get out more, not you!

DesertHen said...

Now that's really cool! I'll have to give it a try if the wind every stops blowing here! Hope you had a Merry Christmas!

Susan Anderson said...

Gravity glue, huh? Sounds intriguing. Though I would probably glue one part of my body to another and be stuck for life…

;)

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