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A Box of Sunshine

A few weeks ago, I received a surprise in the mail. 


A Box of Sunshine.

Box of Sunshine

The box was filled with luxurious little goodies that I’ve been using everyday since.Sunshine Gift Box

There was also a super sweet note,

Psalms 139

And an adorable card.  (A quick google search showed me that this printable is from HappyMoneySaver.com.)Box of Sunshine Free Printable


The best part?  The box was sent anonymously and I can’t figure out who sent it!  The postmark is from a nearby town where I have a few different friends, and no one has fessed up.  Trying to figure it out is ALMOST as much fun as decoding the “secret admirer” note I found in my locker in 9th grade was. (Except it only took me 3 periods to figure that one out.)


Regardless of the fact that I don’t know who sent it, isn’t this a neat idea?  It sure brightened my day, week and month!

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  1. I'm pretty sure I have this idea pinned on my "You never know when this could come in handy..." Pinterest board. I'll have to check to make sure now. When I first saw the idea I thought it'd be nice to send my sister when she is gone on deployment. I love how you got it anonymously - have fun figuring out who it is from!

  2. What a beautiful box! I love that it was sent anonymously! makes it more special.

  3. What an unexpected, lovely surprise! How can you not smile with such a box of sunshine?? Love the idea!