Sit on a Rock for Three Years


Today while visiting with the in-laws of my eldest son, I learned something especially inspiring when sharing the good news about reaching the 2012 Hide A Heart sales goal. Continue reading

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Note from a Happy Hide A Heart Give Away Winner

“I recently won a HAH via the blog Adventures in Abbyland. I absolutely LOVE it! At first my husband was a bit skeptical. He thought I was kind of crazy because I was so excited over this little glass heart, but then I started hiding it for him…and he started hiding it back for me. Now, it is something really fun …that we do. Currently it is sitting under the cap of his shaving cream in the bathroom so that tomorrow when he shaves in the morning, he will have a nice surprise!” Tiffany Wickstrom
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The Meaning of Heart


The heart (♥) has long been used as a symbol to refer to the spiritual, emotional, moral, and in the past, also intellectual core of a human being. While the heart in the Western world is largely the symbol of love and affection, the heart symbol itself has various meanings throughout other parts of the world. Continue reading

Smiling is Healthy for Brain Joy


Before you spend a lot of money on health aids, you have access to one without spending a dime! It’s known as the ‘smile quotient’ and it is quantifiable ‘brain joy’! Continue reading

Ghostly Affair with Facebook Time Line


Something odd happened to my Facebook TimeLine wall this week…it all but disappeared. I believe ZEN practice has merit and I aspire toward self-realization but I am not as prepared for non-existence as I thought. Continue reading

‘A’ is for Attitude Inspiring Your Can Do


For years I have relied on song lyric, quotes, film and nature to inspire me toward success, so I thought I’d share a few of my favorites, so I’m offering my gifts that say I love you for a little #inspiration with BIG impact! Ready. Get Set. Go! Continue reading

Perking a Package with Bold of the Day


My friend Carrie works at Starbucks. After morning walks, I often stop by her store to order a “grande ‘bold’ coffee of the day, room for cream”. Sometimes I stop to pick up the coffee to take along on the walk simply because it makes me happy. I like feeling happy and figure my customers do too. Have you noticed tucking a little extra ‘happy’ into every order might have value beyond the obvious immediate? Continue reading