Have you received a Happy Spot card from a stranger, and you’re wondering what it’s about?
In 2009, Meps was crossing the street in Seattle when she discovered a Happy Spot marked on the pavement with chalk. She loved the idea so much that she recreated it, first in chalk, then using signs, and now with cards that anyone can hand out.
The project’s biggest fan turned out to be her father, Hank, who sent them to friends and family members all over the country. In his memory, she now sends batches of Happy Spots to folks who need them.
You can also help pay for Happy Spot postage when you order through my online shop: 1meps.square.site.
Meps explains the concept in this brief video slideshow.