Saturday, February 21, 2009

My heart has been rescued

You can read all it about it here on The Toy Society blog.

Oh how I love a happy ending!

23 comments:

Kate said...

That is so sweet! I'm pleased for you that it went to a good home.

trasha said...

I smiled when I read the Toy Society post and saw your heart.

Jennifer Rose said...

that is really cool! :D (someone thought it was a bomb?!?! o.0)

Missie Krissie said...

That's fantastic Cam. I bet u're feeling many warm fuzzies! :)

beccasauras said...

Haha, save the bomb for the next one! I actually wondered if people did get suspicious, that answered my question! But the story of who finally took it is the reason I joined up! You must feel great!

Sarah said...

Awwwwwww
bloody hell a bomb - really some people!

sewfunky said...

what a neat story...

Chrisy said...

How exciting to have the story behind the 'find'...good on you for getting yourself organised and participating in this...i've had all the info for months and haven't done anything with it...will have to get my act together this week...and...so pleased the bomb squad didn't end up with your heart!

Sophie Appleby said...

I totally adore every little part of this! How wonderful and fascinating! It's made my day. What a delightful story to keep and share.
Sophie x

potty mouth mama said...

I am so glad your heart found a good home - I really love your heart, it's gorgeous. Such a cute story too - love it.

Jodz said...

Ha ha. I read the story and isn't it a great one.

Nikki said...

Ah - I love a happy ending!

I must remember to squeeze all suspected bombs in future.... it seems to be a foolproof method!

Ulla said...

That is s sweet story. I'm sorry to hear that suspicion is such a natural part of everyday life nowadays. I want to believe in the good in people. The little girl will love that heart!

running thread said...

Everyone loves a happy ending. This one brought tears to my eyes.
Your beautiful work has really touched this family.

our shabby cottage said...

What a happy ending to what was a funny story - fancy people thinking your heart was a bomb!!! LOL. Glad it has gone to a good home.

Sandi said...

I'm glad your 'heart' went to a good home. I enjoyed the story - a happy ending.

Sarah said...

I had to laugh when I read the bit about the bomb. A few years ago I randomly decided to hand out cookies to complete strangers on the bus, even the grumpy bus driver. But so many people were suspicious and thought I must've poisoned them or something. It's a sad day when people can't even comprehend the concept of random acts of kindness.

MissyMack said...

So good to hear that your lovely 'heart' went to such a good home! :D

Melanie Gray Augustin said...

What a wonderful heartwarming (sorry for the inexcusable pun) story.

ingrid said...

Yes, heartwarming indeed.

Tinniegirl said...

It was such a lovely email they sent too.

JuliaB said...

ahhhh! that is such a lovely story!! x

flossy-p said...

HA! That's brilliant!!!! That must have made your day reading that, you bomb-maker, you ;)