Proudly handmade in Kirkwood, MO
In 2006 Seeds of Happiness started out as leftover lumps of clay that Mark Borella made into little smiles to give out to friends who were going through hard times and need a little smile.Read More
I am in the midst of some radiation treatments right now, and random friends keep giving me seeds. I love adding to my collection. I hold one in my hand during the procedure… like a talisman. There is a good outcome to all of this, but it is a pain in the neck. Thanks for spreading the happiness. I need it.
I received a bag of seeds on the 1 month anniversary of my 16-month old son's unexpected death. It was time for my family to plant some seeds of love and happiness. And I've been sharing them with my supporters...to their delight. I hope you realize the hope and smiles you are spreading. I will be getting more seeds to share as I stare at the little green one that reminds me of my son's green froggy blanket. Awesome.
I received a large seed of happiness. He sits in my kitchen, so every morning, during the day and before I go to bed I smile. I have been fighting Ovarian Cancer for 3 years and just found out that I'm not in remission again. My seed makes me happy, it's the funniest looking thing. I purchased a bag of small seeds and spread the happiness through out the Chemo Room to other patients. Happiness all around:)