CRACKER SPREADS THE SIGN OF CANADA DAY IN A PHOTO EXPLANATION Read moreThe cracker was discovered by the homeowner in her basement in the early hours of Saturday morning, after her daughter was asleep.
“I got a call that my daughter had just had a seizure,” she said.
The homeowner had no idea what had happened.
She posted the photo on Facebook and was shocked by the reaction.
A photo posted by (@shelbyjoe) on Mar 6, 2018 at 12:03pm PDT “Within a matter of minutes I was inundated with phone calls, Facebook messages, emails and text messages asking for a picture and sharing my story.
I got so many offers to share my story and send pictures to friends.”
The family have been inundated by offers to donate the cracker, which they thought was for Christmas.
But the family have not been able to find a source to donate it as it is too expensive to have it delivered.
It has since been made available to anyone who would like to share the crackers message of hope, love and laughter.
People have been sharing the photo with their friends on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and are urging people to do the same.
Anyone who sees a cracker in their backyard or backyard can report it to the Canadian Drug Enforcement Agency.
If you spot a crack in your backyard or yard and you believe it’s not yours, call 1-800-222-8477.