I always seem to appreciate mandala designs. Someone had a lot of patience in hand painting this one!
I don’t think of myself as being particularly sappy, but I do love when hearts pop up in unexpected places. 🙂 Look what I found in the tray of our ice dispenser this morning!
There is a small group of families that paints rocks and puts them around the neighborhood. The designs vary a lot but they always make me smile when I’m out for a walk.
The last of my coconut oil is smiling back at me!
If only a license plate could make it so! Though I’ve always believed that a positive attitude is a good place to start. 🙂
Late wedding gifts from a friend at work. Just a few years after the fact, but still a wonderful gesture – we love them!
The local car repair shop has some words of wisdom for us all …
A smiley face on my kitchen corner. I can’t help but smile back!
I still enjoy this ‘groovy mama’ picture my youngest drew of me a few years ago.
Love is where you look. In my case, it showed up in the shower this morning …
Smile! My counter KNOWS you’re going to have a good day. 🙂 October 2017.
Old friends in the cabinet, smiling back at me. April 2017.
Little companions. 🙂 Spring 2017.
I bought snacks for our Design Review meeting this week. Smiley faces make for more smiley faces. 🙂
My pan smiled back at me while I was making scrambled eggs this morning. 🙂
Smiley face in the spoon. See it? Have a nice day!
Love is where you look. In this case, in my baby greens today. 🙂
A wee pumpkin mummy – staring at YOU! 🙂
Loved the singing rocks at Legoland. “We will we will ROCK you (deh deh), rock you …”
Love in the leftovers. 🙂
In the gluten-free cookbook section at Barnes & Noble earlier this week. Someone is obviously in a personal crisis about whether to go gluten-free or make 500 Cupcakes. 🙂
Abandoned paper hat …
Love is where you look! Grafitti at Ringing Rocks in Pottstown PA. July 2014.
Elementary school playground.
Bubble. June 2014.
Love in the leftovers. You never know where it will turn up! 🙂
Empty glass on date night – it’s all good! Wilmette, IL. April 2014.
Love on the way to the library. Wilmette, IL. April 2014.
Faeriewigs (otherwise known as Spanish Moss) grows all over the place in Hilton Head. March 2014.
Cool graffiti in NYC near (on?!) the Union Square post office. February 2014.
After two weeks on India, I’m anxious to get home to my two little boys. I see signs of them everywhere … here, tiny feet on my breakfast plate!
Grumpy graffiti. Union Square playground, NYC. December 2013.
Love. Gentle reminders of what’s important sometimes appear in unexpected places – in this case, the banana leaf garnish of my appetizer. New Delhi, India.
When all else fails …
Smiles. Sometimes they turn up in unexpected places – in this case, on a piece of brie at my hotel in Pune, India.