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A little about me and why seeinghearts.com

First and foremost, I love being a dad and everything that comes with it!           I have two awesome kids who continue to open my eyes to the world of possibilities and opportunities.

As we all know, the wonderful thing about children is their ability to see things much better then any of us adults considering everyday we get older it seems between the world and society giving us all these distractions we can quickly lose sight in the seeing and appreciating the simple pleasures.

My daughter Savannah was 6 (now 19) and my son Brett was 3 (now 16) when they shared with me how they kept seeing hearts everywhere.  At first I wasn’t sure what they meant – till they began to start pointing them all out.  It wasn’t too long before all three of us began seeing hearts everywhere, every day.    We even started taking photos to document these hearts.

Fast forward 13 years and 1000’s of hearts later, our lives have been transformed. Hearts have become a big part of our family lives – we even have a 13ft heart light in our front yard and 100’s of different heart shaped items we have collected and placed throughout our home – which I will be sharing with U in time.

We always discussed someday putting together a book to share all the hearts we have found along with the story behind them, however my close friend Camille suggested I simply start a blog/site.  A splendid idea – considering it will allow all of U to share your found hearts and stories as well.

I encourage U to keep your eyes open, see ‘s and share them with us all. Remember, what U think about U bring about feel free to apply this to your life in every way – it really works!!!



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April 3, 2020 |

Organic Lemonade

September 2019 It was a warm sunny day – although, I don’t need a warm sunny day to enjoy a nice cold glass of lemonade. I filled the glass to the top with Costco’s organic strawberry lemonade.  After taking my first sip – resulting in guzzling down half the glass…  I spotted a heart on the inside portion of the glass. I immediately said to myself, how perfect, I do love this...

April 2, 2020 |

Traveling Man

September 2019 My good friend Zaire took a year to travel – his own personal spiritual journey.  Smart man!  Personally I believe it might help us all if we did this! During one of his many stops (Plage Chez, Nicolas Nouakchott), he came across this heart.  ...

April 1, 2020 |

A beautiful day

Was a beautiful fall day in 2019. We had just gotten the kids outside to play. I looked up to see a perfect heart in the clear blue sky 😊💙 by...

April 1, 2020 |

Too tiny

September 2019 Leo and I were out on our daily walk around Grass Lake, when we came across this leaf. Sometimes I even question my ability in spotting a heart.  Looking at this pic now, I’m still a little dumb founded on how I was able to notice this tiny little heart....

March 31, 2020 |

Soup bowl

August 2019 I had warmed up some soup for lunch, when I noticed a heart shaped piece of spinach on the side of the bowl. The soup was good – the heart made the lunch...

March 30, 2020 |

Soap dish

September 2019 As I was about to take a shower, I noticed our slate stone soap dish, had a dried bubble heart on the side. I was surprised to see this heart stayed visible on the side of the dish, until it was washed off during the next scheduled cleaning of the...

March 29, 2020 |

Wet bread

October 2019 I just finished washing the dishes, when I looked down and noticed this little bread crumb, had soaked up water to form a wet squishy heart. After I took the pic, I ad touched the heart to push it into the drain – it looked way cooler then it felt.  Know I now, NOT a big fan of wet...

March 28, 2020 |

Secret Note

September 2019 Savannah was home for a month, after completing her paid internship at the Washington DC National Art Museum. Moments before I took her to the airport, I slipped this secret yellow heart card in her backpack, for her to find after she returns home. The day after she returned, I received a happy text form Savannah expressing her thanks and gratitude for the special heart card! Missing U...

March 27, 2020 |

It wasn’t me

October 2019 Instead of carving pumpkins this year, McKinlee and I thought they would last longer if we painted them instead. Apparently, we underestimated the squirrels!  It seems McKinlee’s design was not scary enough to keep them away.  They started scratching and chewing and finally made a break through – a hole shaped as a heart! McKinlee was not happy to see the damage made by the squirrels to her creation, not to mention, how suspicious it is for my unharmed pumpkin to be sporting such a devilish...

March 26, 2020 |

All in!

October 2019 It was Sunday, Lisa, McKinlee, Leo and I were at my mom’s for brunch and poker with family. As we were playing, I noticed a heart at the bottom of the water bottle within an indent in the plastic. My family, patiently waited for me to take this pic!  ♥ Thanks, now I’m all...

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