Keep making those clay balls! - Seeds of Happiness

Keep making those clay balls!

Keep making those clay balls!

June 08, 2021

My mug arrived the other day. I am stuck at home during this health crisis due to health concerns of my own and wanted to state that looking at my mug just makes me smile every time! Thank you so much for your contribution to making the world we live in a little less sad and frustrating.

Well, darn Faith and you both for bringing me to tears this morning!  I have gifted several Seeds of Happiness over the years and seasons.  I've sprinkled them in various locations with friends throughout the country.  They never fail to bring a smile and good remembrances, I've been told.  

I have a little collection of tchotchkes that used to sit on my desk at school but are now on my stand up desk at home since we are (still) remote teaching.  The pumpkin "Seed" is in its seasonal glory right now.  It seems to be enjoying itself.  Whoever would have thought little chunks of clay could be so important!  They are.  Definitely.  And especially now.  While I love to gift them, it's nice to have a couple of my own to bring a moment of happiness when a day seems especially challenging.


Keep making those clay balls!  I appreciate you and what you do.


Gratefully,

Jean


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