Updated: Oct 22, 2020
Just how lucky I am. A year and a half ago I was traveling and working at a Tiny house Festival in Macon Georgia. I met an awesome family who travel the country in their tiny home on wheels. At the end of the festival, we all said our goodbyes and I gifted them a Something mold and book and we parted ways. Although we follow each other on social media, due to our lifestyles our paths haven't crossed again, and with the current state of the pandemic, I'm not sure we will have an opportunity for a while. However, the other day I was cruising through Instagram and I came across a post that made my heart smile. For the past few months they had parked their home with a friend and as a thank you they baked something brownies. That post reminded me of exactly why I created the mold to begin with, as a way to give someone a moment that is bigger than any physical gift. In their post, she wrote about how they enjoyed the gift and all laughed over the silliness of it all. By the looks of the comments on the post, her followers may have gotten a smile or two out of it as well.