American Writer, Photographer, and Website Designer. Former career Fire and EMS Lieutenant. She/Her/Lesbian.
I’ve never done this before. But thanks for giving me the idea to try it. 🙂
No because Vandalism is not a good thing for me. However, deep down I would love to give it a try since I always see those in movies. It will be a good memory though.
I have never been opportune to carve on tree or stone. I will try see the economic factors attached to this. Thanks for postings.
I have been doing this since elementary days. Me and my friends would sometime carve our initials and try to out do each other.
Reminds me back in the childhood days. I often did that a thousand times.
Not on TREE OR STONE but I tried it on table and glass. By using an electric engraving pen that I bought online.
I think i did couple times when I was in high schooll but not in a tree.
You just gave me a good idea. I will have to do the before my next birthday. I woll carve mine on stone.
I haven’t done it. But I remember seeing carved names and initials of lovers on the bark of the trees. I think it’s very romantic and it is nice to wonder if they are still together.
I haven’t done that in my entire life. Though I remember drawing things on any of my assigned school desk back in college. I just didn’t carve my name or my initials.
I have never done this myself. But it used to be a very popular trend back in primary school especially among boys.
Very interesting question. I don’t think I ever have.
I think most of us did this as kids. Such fond memories.
I have carved my name in a stone before. It was so long ago though.
I used to write out my name on walls as a kid. I hope that counts lol
I think we should live our lives in such a way that it impacts the world. That way we carve our names into other people’s hearts
I can’t believe I have never thought of this. I will definitely do it soon!
I have a few rocks with my initials carved in. I treasure them a lot.
While at summer camp I used to write my name on a lot of trees. I wonder if they are still readable.
I didn’t have much of an active childhood. As such I don’t have my name or initials carved into anything.
I once carved my name on a rock atop a mountain summit. I was so proud of the achievement.
Now that I think about it, I don’t think I have my name on anything. I don’t know whether that’s a good or bad thing.
I have never even thought doing that not to talk about doing it. But right now I will try getting it done.
It is not a shame for me not to feel identified with this, the only place where I have written my name is in the sand, where it is easily erased.
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