Laura Hammond wrote the SHMILY story in 1995 as a short story in tribute to her grandparents who found numerous ways to surprise one another with messages telling each other, "See How Much I Love You." Laura's story was quickly forwarded throughout her family. Soon, friends of relatives were also inspired and eventually the SHMILY storywas published in the Chicken Soup for the Couple's Soul book in 1999.The SHMILY story has since been published in numerous books and languages.SHMILY coins are small (1½" round) wooden tokens that can be hidden in your loved one's wallet, purse, lunchbag, pillow, suitcase, dashboard, under their windshield wiper, in a card, briefcase, or any other place where it is sure to be found with an appreciative smile. SHMILY coins renew the playful part of any loving relationship, whether it's a spouse, sibling, child or friend. Everyone enjoys being reminded that they are loved--especially when the reminder comes at an unexpected time or place!
I received 5 SHMILY coins for review and here is what they look like.
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