July 11, 2020
I bought some Seeds of Happiness a year or so ago to share with my (then) staff nurses. Timing/situation was never right so I did not ever give them away.
I am now working in a nursing home that is dealing daily with the concerns and struggles related to Covid-19. The box of "seeds" spoke to me all weekend. I brought them to work with me yesterday and shared with my current co-workers.
I will admit I felt a little "cheesy", but continued to pass out my "smiles". The staff enjoyed them so much, they started coming to me. "Hey, can I get one of your smiles?" Finally, at the end of the day, I took my last one and gave it away. The response was, "Oh yay. I was hoping I would get one."
I just want you to know that you touched a lot of people by a simple piece of "throw away clay". I am probably the MOST blessed! God bless you in your journey! (We will definitely order more!)
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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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