I'd finished one piece of toast and was about to start on the second when I glanced down and notice that it was shaped like a heart. How cute! I couldn't possibly eat it, could I? I grabbed my phone to snap a picture of it. It wasn't a perfect heart but my eyes saw a heart none-the-less. Being the hopeless romantic that I am, I tend to see heart shapes in inanimate objects, like stones, leaves, even clouds or in this case, toast. I'd like to think that seeing random heart shapes is like receiving a little love note. It puts a smile on my face and brightens my day.
Through the years I've assembled a small collection of stones or rocks I've found that resemble hearts. We have a friend who used to collect stones that held the resemblance of smiley faces. Smiley faces and hearts have a similar effect on us, as they both promote happiness and cheer us up. In case you are wondering, I did end up eating the heart-shaped toast. It had almond butter and honey on it, can you blame me? I couldn't let it go to waste and saving it as a trophy just didn't seem to be an option.
Here is the evidence before it went to food heaven in my belly...
Doesn't it look adorable? and tasty?
And just for the curious, here is one example of the many heart-shaped rocks I have collected.
But speaking of trophies, or prizes anyway, we do have a winner from yesterday's Emergency Happy Kit drawing. I am sure it is killing you to know so I won't dilly dally....
The photos tell the story...
My husband's adorable painted wooden Santa bowl.
The star players.
A little black helper.
Stars face down to avoid seeing the names.
A winner! Congratulations Kimberly!
Your Emergency Happy Kit will be on its way in the next couple of days!!!
A BIG THANK YOU to all who participated! I loved all of your lists of the things you would include in your Emergency Happy Kits! Chocolate was a common theme, or at the very least some sort of sweet, yummy treat! Enjoy the rest of your weekend and Be Happy!