Thursday, March 29, 2012

Smiley Faces In Everyday Objects

I recently discovered Ruth Kaiser and wanted to share this finding.

Who is Ruth Kaiser, you may ask. Well, I’m gonna tell ya...

Ruth Kaiser sees smiley faces in everyday, inanimate objects. She has a website, Spontaneous Smiley, which explains more about what she is doing. And there is a page that invites everyone to submit their own smiley photos.

Here are just a few adorable examples:









Aren't they sweet?

Don’t forget to visit this lady’s website. And make sure to submit your own spontaneous smiley faces that you may run across!

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14 comments:

  1. We SO need more of this!! Not enough smiling going on in this world. And there IS so much to smile about.
    Good post Martha!

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  2. Oh I love these! My fave is the plane - I'll pop over and have a look now!

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    1. These are adorable. And there are so many more to see.

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  3. I agree... not enough smiles in the world. Have you ever heard of Amanda Gore and the Joy Project? I have a lot of autoimmune issues and other issues and I wrote an email to her to let her know how much I enjoyed her videos that I'd seen on YouTube and how laughing helped me feel better and I was working on smiling every day like she talks about in her videos. She sent me a copy of her book. I was totally surprised by that. She's a really neat lady who lost everything and is building it back up by spreading joy. It's really cool. It takes less muscles to smile and more to frown. It increases your health and tells your brain your happy. It sends the signals to your body that all is well and you are joyful. I like that and I try to do it often. :D

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    1. I haven't heard of her, but now that you've mentioned it, I'll look her up. That is a really nice story. I like when individuals do something kind like that. I'll have to look up the book, too.

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  4. Very cute! A great blog idea. As you know, I already take pics of faces in objects and now I'm inspired to look for them even more and make sure to get the shot. They are so adorable - esp. the plane & kiwi!

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    1. When I ran across this, I thought of you immediately, Jane! I thought you'd really enjoy something like this.

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  5. Thank you for sharing this with us today, Martha! I checked out the site and have added it to my favourites.

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    1. You are welcome! These things are meant to be shared to put a smile on everyone's face.

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  6. Hey Martha,
    You know I would love this...I have a post about seeing faces in things!

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  7. Oh, that is fantastic!! I love all of those hidden faces, just waiting to be discovered! :)

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