September 20, 2019
Over 6 years ago I was in Florida on a family vacation, and had a tiny bit of a relationship growing back home. It was growing because of our similar interest in helping others and making a difference. I found your product in a nearby souvenir store and was completely smitten by your "seeds"... I bought a few of them... knowing that I wanted to give one as a gift to her, and I wanted to be able to give the gift of gifting as well... providing the opportunity of giving your message. She was in tears... she had seen your product before and wanted to buy because it touched her heart, and the fact that I would feel the same became our glue. Now, as of September, we are engaged to be married. And that love of giving to others brought us together and continues on as we continue to "give".... and because it has been such as large part of our relationship and will continue into our future, I'm hoping that we can work this belief into our wedding favors. What better way to thank our guests for coming to support our love than to give them the gift of giving... your Seeds of Happiness....that they are able to witness our love and use that to initiate the ability to give to others. I have visited your website for your product, as we would like to educate and inspire our guests about planting a "seed of happiness" for others.... for our [wedding] guests to witness the love that we have for each other, they are able to leave with the ability to "gift" that love to others. They might need to provide encouragement and love to others, as they are going through their tribulations and trials in their present or future lives. What better gift can we provide to our guests than the gift of giving? The gift of love and empathy. Thank you for your time, and no matter what, please know that we admire your product and it's message and use it as a foundation for our relationship and our future in every way.
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In 2006 Seeds of Happiness started out as leftover lumps of clay that Mark Borella made into little smiles to give to friends who were going through hard times and needed a little smile.
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