So many potatoes still alive~ \o
I've been thinking about it lately - is there any particular shape/composition/whatever difference between "stone" and "rock" words (outside of the latter usually meaning something large)? o:
Hm, well. Rock is used more commonly, and is used to refer to any specific rock of any size, as well as the material itself. Something is made of rock. We don't really say something is made of stone. The word stone also has connotations of size, a little? Although it's not used in geology as a technical term for a size of rock/particle/whatever. (You can see the scale used here.)
Yes. Have been for ~1.5 yrs.
Wow another Georgian! I'm not in Atlanta, but my older brother and cousin live there.