Smiles are everywhere. They really are, you just have to look for them. I am dedicating this blog to finding those smiles out in the world and posting them on here. If you have smiles to share, email me at smilesareeverywhere@gmail.com and remember that if you want credited, include your name.

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Jewelry Smile

I think I saw this while Black Friday shopping over a month ago. I'm really not sure. But it's smiling!!!!!!

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Christmas Smiles

I know... These are people, but it's my kids smiling with Santa and its so darn cute.

Friday, December 7, 2012

Turtle Smile

My youngest brother shared this with me and I just had to share with you.

Monday, December 3, 2012

Spoon Smile

Found this thing at Walmart. I know there's actually a company thy makes smiley utensils... And I plan in getting pictures of all of them. This one is #2

Friday, November 30, 2012

Lights Smile

I saw this picture on Facebook and cropped it to get the smile. It's from a concert or performance or tv reality singing thing.... I'm not so sure... But the lights are happy!!

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Chair Smile

Wendy Wednesday!!!! And one of my favorite smiles by far. It's just so perfect and happy! Thanks Wendy for sharing this smile with us.

Monday, November 26, 2012

Swing Seat Smile

This is the seat of that weird thing on swing sets that are kind of like a seesaw. My kids have this at grandmas house and I just notices that it smiles.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

USB Cord Smile

Wendy's Wednesday!!!!! Ms. Wendy sent me this picture of a very small, very cute smile. I know a lot of us sees this smile everyday. Thank you , Wendy!!

Friday, November 16, 2012

Truck Topper Smile

Ok... This isn't the greatest smile, but it's there. We were at a flea market back in the summer and this was just sitting there, being content.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Restroom Sign Part II

Here is the men's sign on the first floor of where I work that matches the women's sign that I posted earlier.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Restroom Sign

The bathrooms on the first floor of the building where I work have theses signs that someone carved into. I guess someone got bored. Notice, the woman is smiling!

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Iron Smile

Welcome to Wendy's Wednesday!!! This is the day I share smiles sent to me by Wendy from BC, Canada. Here is a perfect smile on her iron. Thanks Wendy!!!

Monday, November 5, 2012

Icing Smile

At Dairy Queen in the mall here, they have these cupcakes with smileys on them. I need to buy one.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

365 Tips to Parenting

I'm pretty sure I've posted this in other places a while back, but I was just reading through it and it put a huge smile on my face and I wanted to share it with all of you. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

#001: Cut off the crusts.
#002: Make real cocoa.
#003: Hang their drawings on the fridge.
#004: Say the clay ashtray is what you always wanted.
#005: Sing silly songs.
#006: Make goofy faces.
#007: Let them take off the training wheels.
#008: Remind the Tooth Fairy about inflation.
#009: Buy a good stain remover.
#010: Let them keep the kitten.
#011: Remember when YOU misbehaved.
#012: If you don't know, say so.
#013: Let grandma spoil them.
#014: Let them stay up just a little bit longer.
#015: Lock up the good china.
#016: Tickle.
#017: Be a good sport.
#018: Be a good friend.
#019: Smile when your mother-in-law gives you advice.
#020: ALL mothers are working mothers.
#021: Ultimatums don't work.
#022: Bribes work.
#023: Hysteria will get you nowhere.
#024: Their first summer at camp is murder.
#025: Let them lick the spoon.
#026: Learn lots of lullabies.
#027: Breastfeeding in public goes over better in Europe.
#028: Learn to handle sleep deprivation.
#029: Have an answer ready for "Where do babies come from?"
#030: Don't flinch when they grow taller than you.
#031: Going to college don't mean they won't come back.
#032: Don't teach them to parallel park.
#033: Be consistent.
#034: Think quick.
#035: Improvise.
#036: Sympathize.
#037: Remember: It's just a phase.
#038: "Wait till your father gets home" is a cop-out.
#039: "Because I said so" is a good reason.
#040: Never tell them how much they'll inherit.
#041: Teach them four precious words: "We can't afford it.".
#042: Carry Wash'n Dri.
#043: Smile when you change that diaper.
#044: It's absolutely okay to say "No".
#045: Buy chunky peanut butter in jumbo jars.
#046: Run a credit line at the toy store.
#047: Forget suede.
#048: Teachers ARE underpaid.
#049: Learn the rules of football.
#050: Teach them to write thank you notes.
#051: Your teenage daughter WILL find you embarrassing.
#052: Cheese food is not cheese.
#053: Thirteen is too late to put them up for adoption.
#054: Potty training builds character (yours).
#055: Sibling rivalry builds character (theirs).
#056: Worry, worry, worry.
#057: Childbirth is not for wimps.
#058: Stretch marks are a badge of honor.
#059: Half your brain leaves with the placenta.
#060: Donate pre-pregnancy jeans to charity.
#061: Don't read the label on baby formula.
#062: With luck, they'll call you once a week when they leave.
#063: With luck, they won't call collect.
#064: With luck, they'll pay for their own therapy when grown.
#065: No matter what, they'll always be your babies.
#066: The older they get, the wiser you'll seem.
#067: Just when you've got them figured out, they change.
#068: Kiss it and make it better.
#069: Make ice cube popsicles.
#070: If you promised, do it.
#071: Watch what you promise.
#072: When in doubt, say "We'll see."
#073: Bunk beds are cool.
#074: You'll sometimes act just like YOUR mother.
#075: Buy Permapress.
#076: Use the honor system.
#077: You can only shoot so much videotape.
#078: Pose good questions.
#079: Colic happens.
#080: Cowlicks happen.
#081: Look what being a martyr got Joan of Arc.
#082: A dishwasher is not a luxury.
#083: The new math is harder than the old math.
#084: Let's hear it for leftovers.
#085: Don't leave their teddy bear behind.
#086: Learn to make daisy chains.
#087: Not everyone can be a valedictorian.
#088: They're never too old to scold.
#089: They're never too big to hug.
#090: They're never too smart to receive some good advice.
#091: They're never too rich to take home your leftovers.
#092: Don't remind your grown son you changed his diapers.
#093: If they grow up to be doctors, take the credit.
#094: If they grow up to be lawyers, don't take the blame.
#095: If they become pro-athletes, take the house & car.
#096: If they become politicians they were switched at birth.
#097: Don't teach the kids your fear of bugs.
#098: Take them to a petting zoo.
#099: Don't use a pediatrician who isn't a parent.
#100: You can never have too many Kleenex.
#101: Reserve the New Year's Eve babysitter on January 2.
#102: You can blame just about anything on teething.
#103: Some of the great minds of our time were bed wetters.
#104: Let someone else break the news about Santa Claus.
#105: Not everyone can win the Pillsbury Bake-Off.
#106: Iodine really DOES sting.
#107: Mother's Day comes but once a year--milk it.
#108: Adjust allowances for cost of living.
#109: Cookie dough is better than cookies.
#110: Don't let the kids forget Father's Day.
#111: Tie their mittens together.
#112: When they say they've got to go, stop!
#113: An unmade bed is easier to get into.
#114: Prove there's no monster under the bed.
#115: Hugs are the antidotes to nightmares.
#116: Don't put their favorite blankie in the wash.
#117: Disney World is not optional.
#118: A little fast food never killed anyone.
#119: They already know more about computers than you do.
#120: Even George Bush didn't eat his broccoli.
#121: Teach the kids to recycle.
#122: Someday your son will love another woman.
#123: When they leave home, you'll actually miss them.
#124: Whatever your age, you're too young to be a grandma.
#125: The more they tease you, the more you're loved.
#126: Always make their favorite dish when they visit.
#127: Believe it or not, SATs aren't everything.
#128: Yes, it's important they wear what their friends wear.
#129: Teenagers are SUPPOSED to dress goofy.
#130: Yes, we're all tired of dinosaurs.
#131: Anyone can make a secret special sauce.
#132: Buy them a globe.
#133: Socks and underwear are not gifts.
#134: Ear thermometers beat rectal any day.
#135: Hide old toys and reintroduce them next week.
#136: Bribe the babysitter with Hagen-Dazs.
#137: No matter what, your son will wind up with a toy gun.
#138: No matter what, your daughter will want Barbie.
#139: No matter what, you will memorize GOOD NIGHT MOON.
#140: Puberty was hell for you too.
#141: They'll always bring home their laundry.
#142: Courage.
#143: Grace doesn't count unless it's under pressure.
#144: Many geniuses were late bloomers.
#145: When you retire, feel free to spend their inheritance.
#146: Hold their hands during vaccinations.
#147: Look encouraging at the dentist.
#148: Don't give your son a crew cut.
#149: "Bambi" is too scary for five-year olds.
#150: Froot Loops are NOT a balanced meal.
#151: Yes, they need all sixty-four Crayolas.
#152: No, they can't have a pony.
#153: Chicken soup couldn't hurt.
#154: Keep the cookie jar full.
#155: Tuck them in.
#156: Add sound effects to the bedtime story.
#157: No, they REALLY can't have a pony.
#158: Gingerbread houses aren't worth the work.
#159: Tollhouse cookies ARE worth the work.
#160: Put plenty of icing on birthday cakes.
#161: Don't tell you helped blow out the candles.
#162: Kids give more gifts than they'll receive.
#163: Kids WILL drink straight from the carton.
#164: Look sad when the snowman melts.
#165: Kids prefer hot dogs to duck a l'orange.
#166: A sense of humor is a necessity.
#167: They don't call it women's intuition for nothing.
#168: Insist on short-haired dogs.
#169: Coax the cat out of the tree.
#170: For the last time, a pony is out!
#171: Sew name tags in their underwear.
#172: Be a den mother.
#173: Let your daughter have a training bra.
#174: Buy your share of EXPENSIVE Girl Scout cookies
#175: Cultivate the art of napping.
#176: Washable markers aren't.
#177: Help build a sandcastle.
#178: Let them make a fort out of boxes.
#179: Piano lessons aren't for everyone.
#180: Tell Dad to share the toy trains.
#181: Tell your daughter she CAN be a fire fighter.
#182: Host a slumber party.
#183: Don't hover.
#184: Childhood doesn't go as fast as they say.
#185: Don't make your twelve-year-old shop for underwear.
#186: Take snapshots on the first day of school.
#187: Help carve a pumpkin.
#188: Sail paper airplanes.
#189: Teach them to whistle.
#190: Volunteer for class trips.
#191: Join the PTA.
#192: Don't panic.
#193: Hunt for four-leaf clovers.
#194: Befriend other mothers.
#195: Don't let kids record answering machine messages.
#196: Scotchguard everything.
#197: There's a little Martha Stewart in all of us.
#198: Never use the check-out with the candy display.
#199: All car trip diversions last three minutes.
#200: Snowsuits induce the desire to go to the bathroom.
#201: Let them eat Oreos inside-out.
#202: Be ready when kids ask "What were the Beatles?".
#203: You did SO do that at their ages.
#204: The more solemn the moment, the louder they cry.
#205: Kids get dirty quicker on more important occasions.
#206: Don't take kids grocery shopping on empty stomachs.
#207: Forget your moral objections to pacifiers.
#208: Forbidden junk food will be eaten at neighbor's house.
#209: Prohibited TV shows will be watched at neighbor's home.
#210: Tell know-it-alls: Mind your own business.
#211: Put a lock on your bedroom door.
#212: Trust your instincts.
#213: Occasionally you WILL use the TV as a babysitter.
#214: If they won't clean their plates, use smaller plates.
#215: Pack school lunches with good trading items.
#216: There's a lot of wisdom in MAD magazine.
#217: Don't flush the fish.
#218: Let them eat cake.
#219: Let them eat animal crackers.
#220: Keep smiling.
#221: There's no escaping car pools.
#222: Yes, they'll need braces.
#223: Yes, they'll need stitches.
#224: Guilt is an art form.
#225: Curfews are made to be broken.
#226: Dry their tears.
#227: Play Name the State Capitals.
#228: Teach them to read maps.
#229: Do a jigsaw puzzle together.
#230: Ask only that they try their best.
#231: Your son's wife will not be pretty enough.
#232: Your daughter's husband will not earn enough.
#233: When they have kids, they'll REALLY appreciate you.
#234: Grandchildren are for spoiling.
#235: Transfer old home movies to video.
#236: Make lemonade from real lemons.
#237: It's your duty to brag.
#238: Point out that your granddaughter has your eyes.
#239: Be sure to mention that your grandson has your smile.
#240: Let your daughter think she's a better mother than you.
#241: When daughter's in labor don't say "Now you know.".
#242: Teenage daughters are hazardous to your health.
#243: Teenage sons are hazardous to their own health.
#244: How long CAN you put off the birds & bees lecture?
#245: How many times can you rewrite your will?
#246: Never buy retail.
#247: Cheer when they get their driver's licenses.
#248: Smile when they squash your Chevy.
#249: Send a care package to college.
#250: Resist the impulse to clean their dorm rooms.
#251: If they become Ivy Leaguers it's because of YOUR genes.
#252: If they're going to State, it's because of Dad's genes.
#253: Teach them to swim early.
#254: Insist on bike helmets.
#255: Learn CPR.
#256: Take them to the circus.
#257: Send an apple for the teacher.
#258: No blue hair.
#259: Remind them when it's your silver anniversary.
#260: Forbid them to put you in a nursing home.
#261: Threaten to haunt them from beyond the grave.
#262: Ask them for advice once in a while.
#263: Look humble when they say "How'd you do it, Mom?"
#264: Pass along your wedding dress to your daughter.
#265: Give Snickers at Halloween.
#266: Remember the names of their stuffed animals.
#267: Watch all the Peanuts TV specials.
#268: Buy industrial-size detergent boxes.
#269: Learn to say "Watch out!" with feeling.
#270: Buy them cool lunch boxes.
#271: Remain calm when you find your son's "Playboy".
#272: Remain calm when you find daughter's birth control.
#273: Your daughter's house will never be as clean as yours.
#274: Dance a tango at your child's wedding.
#275: Reminisce.
#276: Make their Halloween costumes.
#277: Play Scrabble with them.
#278: Play cards with them.
#279: Good news and bad: Anything can be a toy.
#280: Good news and bad: Before you know it, they're walking.
#281: Good news and bad: Before you know it, they're talking.
#282: Good news & bad: Before you know it they're in college.
#283: Keep a first-aid kit handy.
#284: You and Dad need a "Date Night".
#285: Let them make their own sundaes.
#286: Don't show their dates naked baby pictures.
#287: Traditions are important.
#288: Don't forget, each new kid is a tax deduction.
#289: Teach them to love libraries.
#290: Help start a stamp collection.
#291: Give pennies for piggy banks.
#292: Learn to love Trolls.
#293: Pray for a chicken pox vaccine.
#294: Don't insist on combing your daughter's hair in public.
#295: Try to get some breakfast in them.
#296: Ice cream still solves most problems.
#297: You can't praise a kid too much.
#298: Buy them a good dictionary.
#299: Let them have an aquarium.
#300: Shiny thing in driveway is your kid's new retainer.
#301: Always look before sitting.
#302: Have a snowball fight.
#303: Hold hands while crossing.
#304: Let them visit where you work.
#305: No matter what, they'll bring home colds from school.
#306: Remember what happened to Joan Crawford.
#307: Don't weep when the school bus takes them away.
#308: Attend school plays.
#309: Don't yell at Little League umpires.
#310: Junior High is traumatic.
#311: Everyone tries to get out of gym class.
#312: Before disciplining -- decompress.
#313: They'll outgrow their shoes before the laces get dirty.
#314: Let them play dress up.
#315: Learn to throw a baseball.
#316: Learn to catch a boomerang.
#317: If they created it at camp, put it on display.
#318: Food fights happen.
#319: Get washable wallpaper.
#320: Don't let them call you by your first name.
#321: They DO look cutest when they're sleeping.
#322: Tell ghost stories.
#323: Kids love antiheroes.
#324: Remember how your mother felt about Mick Jagger.
#325: Celebrate Velcro!
#326: Record their singing.
#327: She's all grown up when she stretches your sweater.
#328: You know your son's grown up when he blushes.
#329: Hang a tire swing.
#330: They'll eat paper and dirt and survive.
#331: If all else fails, take them to the video arcade.
#332: Let them get their ears pierced.
#333: Monster truck rallies can be educational.
#334: Let them play cowboy.
#335: Discourage them from tying up the babysitter.
#336: Don't hold up other people's children as role models.
#337: When they fall asleep in the stroller, don't move them.
#338: Show them photos of yourself as a child.
#339: Let's hear it for stereo headphones.
#340: Cartoons are a good way to learn classical music.
#341: Don't kiss teens in front of their friends.
#342: No credit cards until they graduate.
#343: Check before believing Dad said it was okay.
#344: Murphy's Law is true.
#345: Feel free to remind them of your labor pains.
#346: Sometimes you'll have to tell little white lies.
#347: Remember that you used Cliff Notes too.
#348: At least comic books mean they're reading.
#349: Disposable diapers are worth the guilt.
#350: Don't buy infant clothes without snaps.
#351: Clothes that fit just right are too small.
#352: Everybody's a critic.
#353: Get call waiting.
#354: If you have teenagers, get your own phone.
#355: You know more about chaos theory than most physicists.
#356: Grass stains are Mother Nature's way of saying "Hi".
#357: Nervous breakdowns-Nature saying "Take it easy.".
#358: Arrange to sleep in at least once a month.
#359: Know when enough is enough.
#360: Don't mention their zits.
#361: When technology is ready, clone yourself.
#362: Let your daughter wear your high heels.
#363: Admire your son's mustache even if you can't see it.
#364: Discourage grown kid's from writing a tell-all book.
#365: You'll never stop wondering if you did a good job

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Halloween Smile

Happy Halloween!! Here is a jack o lantern that my daughter carved this year.

Monday, October 29, 2012

Purse Smile

Yesterday, hubby and I took the kids to get pictures done. There were photographers set up at the fire station ad a fundraiser. We got there and it was already packed with people. There were people with dogs, a lady with a cat, lots of babies and lots of families. The lady with the cat had this purse with the smile so I had to snap a picture of it. Hearing the photographer ask the cat to smile made my day!

Friday, October 26, 2012

Stick Frown

I had accidentally put this guy in the wrong place last week. He didn't get posted on here, but it's here now!! This stick frown almost went unseen. I was out with my BFF, we had just left the mall and here was this frown in the parking lot by her car.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Stereo Smile

Wendy's Wednesday!! Here's a smile that Wendy from Canada found on a portable stereo. I really like this smile. Thanks Wendy!!

Monday, October 22, 2012

Leg Smile

My neighbor (even though I moved and am no longer her neighbor.... I still call her my neighbor) had surgery on her leg last week. I stopped by for a visit this weekend and noticed that she had a smile and just had to snap a picture. Thanks Tiffany!

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Funny smile

My little brother shared this with me yesterday and I just couldn't help myself. It made me laugh. Enjoy!!

Monday, September 17, 2012

Water Smile

Wendy from B.C., Canada sent me this great picture of a water smile on her sink plug. Thanks Wendy!!

Friday, September 14, 2012

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Reflective stickers smile

This smile is on my husbands fire helmet. The reflective stickers form a smile and even the strap makes a nose.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Pumpkin Smile

Cupcake pumpkin smile cake. Food smiles make me hungry and happy at the same time.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Stove frown

Aw.... It'll be ok stove. You don't have to be so sad.

Remember, keep your eye out for smiles and frowns. They are everywhere!!! I'd love to be able to get smiles from all over the world.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Locker Smile

This smile is the inside of a blocker I saw while we were at an indoor pool.

Friday, September 7, 2012

Tile Smile

Oh, the title rhymes! Here is a smile in the main bathroom of my house. Perfect placing of those different colored tiles.

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Stick Smile

Found this guy in a parking lot. It looks more confused than happy....

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Road Frown

What's this? Two frownie faces two days in a row? What is going on?! Took my kids for a walk yesterday and this sad guy was on the street. I have no idea what it's made out of but it was huge.

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Cake Frown

Frownie face is back!! Here's a sad face I saw on a cake that I bought. Yummy sad face.

Monday, September 3, 2012

Friday, August 31, 2012

A Smile

I have no idea what this stuff is called. Some kind of board? Well, anyway, I found this smile in Walmart on one of the shelves. It was like someone had made a smile just so I could find it.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Vent Smile

Thanks to Wendy from BC, Canada for this adorable picture of such a perfect smile!

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Drawing Smile

My daughter drew this picture of me for me for my birthday a few months ago. It was one of the best gifts I had ever gotten.

Friday, July 20, 2012

Girl Makes Braille Menus

Its been a while since I shared an article of people out in the world spreading the happy. I heard about this girl on the radio this morning and knew that I wanted to share what she does with all of you. She really is extraordinary.

This is from http://theadvocate.com/features/food/3277260-123/teen-transcribes-menus-into-braille

Imagine not being able to do something as simple as read a restaurant’s menu. Fifteen-year-old blind student Sophie Trist said that’s a hurdle she faces time and again.
“Most restaurants do not have Braille menus. This can be a major problem for visually impaired individuals,” the Mandeville High School rising sophomore said. “If a sighted person does not accompany us, the simple task of ordering off of a menu becomes a challenge.”
Because she believes “blind people should have the same access to written materials, such as menus, as sighted people do,” she decided to start a summer business providing restaurants in the Mandeville, New Orleans and Baton Rouge areas with Braille menus. Braille is a system of printing and writing for the blind that uses raised dots to form characters felt with the fingers.
“I’ve been having the idea for a while,” Trist said.
With the help of her father, Will Trist, she sent out letters to about two dozen restaurants soliciting their business. In the letter, she said that for a fee of $30, she will transcribe a restaurant’s menu and provide the restaurant with a Braille copy. Trist can be contacted via email at sweetpeareader@gmail.com. She asks customers to include the name of the restaurant, contact information and any other specifics of the order.
Like most teenagers today, Trist has a smartphone — hers is set up to speak to her. She reads her emails on a Braille-Note Apex, which is a laptop computer without a screen. During the school year, the honor student takes notes and tests on her laptop.
Accompanied by her grandmother, Corinne Cook, Trist recently met with Ruffino’s Restaurant owner Ruffin Rodrigue to demonstrate how she transcribes a menu into Braille. She explained she requests her customer copy the menu and paste it into an email. She told Rodrigue she reads her emails on her laptop and then uses a Perkins Brailler, which looks similar to a heavy manual typewriter, to make the Braille menus.
“Don’t do this when you’re hungry,” she said as her fingers flew over the keyboard, which has only six keys that make all the combinations for letters, numbers and symbols.
It’s tiring to type for long periods of time, Trist said, because Braille requires the use of a heavy card stock to emboss the characters and it takes more pages to write the same amount of information on a printed page.
“I correct mistakes with a stylus. You just smooth it out. My mom (Allison Trist) then binds the pages for me and puts the restaurant’s logo on it,” she said.
One of the benefits of transcribing menus is finding out about the number of selections, she said.
When they eat out, her mother usually reads only the menu items she thinks her daughter will like. Trist favors Italian, Mexican, Lebanese and Greek foods.
Rodrigue ordered copies of each for his restaurant’s five menus: regular dinner, limited, Friday lunch, Sunday brunch and the wine list.
“My dad will like that,” Trist told Rodrigue when he added the wine list to his order. She thought it was a good idea to have the wine list in Braille. “There might be some blind wine connoisseur” come in to the restaurant.
Her other customers include Galatoire’s, Commander’s Palace, Palace Cafe, Dickie Brennan’s Steak House, Bourbon House and New Orleans Hamburger and Seafood Co., which has nine locations in Metairie, Mandeville and New Orleans.
When it was suggested she not limit herself to local restaurants but also contact chain restaurants, she nixed the idea. “I’m not opening that can of worms. Remember, this is a one-woman business. My fingers can’t handle worldwide work.”
The American with Disabilities Act doesn’t require restaurants to offer blind patrons a Braille menu if a staff member or server is available to read it to them, according to the Louisiana Restaurant Association. But, association Chairman Dickie Brennan, a cousin of Will Trist, said in a news release that “having a Braille menu on hand provides restaurants with an efficient way to serve the visually impaired diner.”

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Blanket Smile

This smile is part of a design on my blanket. I have a happy blankey!

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Demolition Smile

Monday night I went to watch a demolition derby and one of the cars had a smiley face painted on the side. Naturally I rooted for this car to win, and it did.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

In a Lab Frown

Monique P. from New Orleans, LA found this perfect frown in her lab. Thanks so much, Monique!!

Monday, July 16, 2012

Friday, July 13, 2012

Bread Smile

I almost couldn't eat this piece of bread because it was so happy and smiling at me!
And I will post the second half to the toy picture on Monday!

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Toy Smile

Here's one of my sons toys. I don't really know how to explain what it is. He likes to sweep so his aunt got him a whole housekeeping kit. This is the top of the cart. There's another smile on this cart that I will post tomorrow.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Water Smile

Here's my spoon holder on my stove again with a little smile. I swear this has to be one of the happiest things I own. It almost always has a smile and it's always a different one.

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Purse Smile

Wendy from BC, Canada sure has a happy purse. Always carry that smile with you. Thanks so much Wendy!

Monday, July 9, 2012

Sidewalk Smile

Here's another awesome smile brought to you by a sidewalk. I really like this one. The mouth is just so perfect!

Friday, July 6, 2012

Flip Flop Smile

While at the mall, I noticed this crazy looking face on these sandals. Oh the things they put on shoes these days. Thanks for the smile!

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

House Smile

Here's a smile that I couldn't resist sharing. I found it on http://win.failblog.com last week.

Monday, July 2, 2012

Bottle Opener Smile

Found this adorable smile at Walmart. I was just walking along, minding my own business when I look beside me and there is a smile. It made my shipping trip wonderful.