My organic object looks similar to the first time I observed it. The rock is a little worn down and chipped from being dropped and passed around the past couple days. The little pieces are now scattered around like dandelion seeds, going wherever earth takes them. The color of the rock still starts as a refreshing purple and slowly transitions into a bright white. Although, the colors seem to be a little duller overall. The rock’s physical appearance can be related to school. At first, students start out bright, strong, excited, you name it. But, as the days and weeks progress that brightness and excitement dies down to a dull, repeating sequence. Kids go to the same classes day after day after day and get bored. Much like the miniscule pieces of the rock being spread around, students want to be spread out. We want to experience something different, something fun. Some may not like this, they might want that boring, monotone day, but most of us want to experience something else. Every person is unique, much like my rock. It is similar to nothing else on the entire planet, it looks different, feels different, and maybe even tastes different. Rocks represent people. Whether it be a sharp or round edge, or a dark rock versus a light rock, they represent our personalities and physical appearances. Rocks are funny because we see them every day and think nothing of them, but they’re their, watching us and living out our lives, and we don’t even know it.