I’ll share a little story I found unexpectedly in a book that Santa delivered to my daughter this year:
Our story began over a century ago when seventeen-year-old Egmont Harald Peterson found a coin in the street.
He was on his way to buy a flyswatter, a small hand-operated printing machine that he then set up in his tiny apartment.
The coin brought him such good luck that today Egmont has offices in over 30 countries around the world. And that lucky coin in still kept at the company’s head office in Denmark.
This little success story was stuck in among the publication credits of a gorgeous children’s book entitled, A Flower in the Snow, a story about the joys of discovery, its loss, and re-discovery.
A flower in the snow.
A lucky coin.
I wish you each find your own in the New Year, and always.