This five-minute video story will warm your heart and put a smile on your face!
Coco, our cat, appeared at our doorstep one sunny day in the late fall of 2012. John brought her in for shelter while we attempted to find out who her owner might be. Thoroughly searching our neighborhood and asking around town, nobody claimed her.
It seems that Coco chose to live with John and me and be part of our Origami Spirit studio. We fell in love with her immediately and she currently fills the role of Chief tester of “playability” for all origami models.
Coco is the name she is known by, but her full name is Corazón, which is the Spanish word for “heart”. In addition to being a sweet heart, Coco has a heart-shaped black marking on her right side. Her little black nose also resembles a heart.
One of Coco’s peculiarities is noticing when John and I are about to go away for a long trip. She makes sure to let us know that she doesn’t like our pending departure, at all. When we’re about to walk out the door, she hides!
The story in the video featured here begins when we’re about to leave for the 2015 Origami USA convention in New York and Coco is left at home, alone.
What will Coco do, alone in the house, while John and Leyla enjoy the convention? What gifts will John and Leyla bring back to her?
We hope you enjoy watching it as much as we had fun creating it!
Coco, John and and I send lots of love from our hearts to yours.
Peace and paper, always!
PS. If you like the video, share it with your family and friends. It will make us happy too!
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