This looks a lot like our blue tongue lizards, we get them all the time in our back yard, except that ours are more fawn to brown and mottled like this one so that it can walk about in our burnt up ground during the summer. I love them, and we have had many of all different sizes over this last summer - they eat the snails too, for which I bless them. However, chelsea knows every single place shes ever seen one, and even now almost winter, she races to check every one of these spots as soon as she goes out to play, I keep numerous tomato stakes around to keep her away from them, so watch that Henry of yours, all our dogs have decided they have no right to be in the yard.
You are what you are, no more, no less. The fact is, that all is not what it seems to be, some may be great, some may be small, but to your own want to be free, I say, you never were not free. It is what your own Self, gave yourself to be in, that's what makes you what you are. Loving kindness be upon you and yours.
What an amazing thunder egg moonlight.
I remember years ago norman ,a mine in south aust. opened a cavern full of these thunder eggs the mining stopped to preserve them ,they were removed for the mine to continue,there energy must be so power full.
Thunder egg ! How nice, I did not know they were called that. A new word in my book. Thanks.
Amethyst would be my favorite gemstone. I imagined how it would feel to lay in there... whoa !