August 24, 2016

UPDATE on Mystery Carved Hearts Post from Last Year ~Photos

Someone recently added two beautiful matching heart shaped earrings and added them to this tree heart.
Beautiful gold heart earring on last year's carved heart in a tree photo I took.

Please Help Us Find the Creator of the Mystery Carved Hearts ~Photos
Making this post Public so you all can share it! This Sycamore Tree was planted in 1991 on the South end of River Knolls on Hilltop Drive in Redding, CA. It's the last tree before the Hilltop Drive Sacramento River Trail starts. Trying to find the people who carved them on September 26th ???? and see if they are still together. It's so romantic. Please share. wOOf...wOOf...Eddie the Fluffy Puppy.
— looking for a miracle.

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August 17, 2016

CHALK THE WALK Paw Prints on our Dog House ~Photos

"Spreading joy, optimism and inspiration..."

...through the magical power of sidewalk chalk.
My human mum took me out for a wee this morning and we saw these lovely words and drawings in chalk.   Last night, four beautiful Angels that live near my dog house drew them.  We love them so much.  Yesterday was Chalk the Walk day.  The story behind Chalk the Walk is at the bottom of the page!  Thank you Angels, you know who you are!  Wet Slobbery Kisses from Eddie the Fluffy Puppy...wOOf...wOOf...
I think that is suppose to be my human mum (my front porch)

Best Neighbors Ever!! (my sidewalk)

Breathe (my sidewalk)

Draw you Dreams to Life!! (my sidewalk)

Dream Big (my sidewalk)

Dream Big (my sidewalk)

Greatness Behind The Doors (my sidewalk)

Love LOL

You will Succedd (Succeed)
Love Just the way U are!

One More Step to Greatness!

Dog Prints to the left for Moses and Showey

Love Live Laugh

Good Luck

You are Amazing!!!

My human mum had to get my tail in the photo because I wouldn't move!

Best Neighbors Ever
Chalk the Walks (a project of The Joy Team) is all about spreading joy, optimism and inspiration through the magical power of sidewalk chalk.
Remember when you were a kid and you’d draw pictures and write happy thoughts with chalk in your driveway and down the sidewalks of your  street? And the adults always smiled when they read the big, pastel-colored messages? This is just like that. Only we’re bigger now. And we don’t have to go in the house when the street lights go out.
The idea is as simple as it was in childhood: write happy messages, have fun doing it, spread some joy while you’re at it.