Today is our 11th wedding anniversary, and when I woke up this morning, my wife said, "There's a card for you on your desk."
So I went to look, and what I found was not a card, but a big wooden plaque she'd been secretly woodburning for the last few days.
It depicts a Greco-Roman combination of gods Janus (god of doorways, transitions, and new beginnings, shown as having a face looking to the future and a face looking to the past) and Hypnos (god of sleep, and by extension, hypnosis, shown as a face with wings sprouting from the temples).
Underneath is my business motto: Miracles Venio Hic, which can be translated as "Miracles happen here" or "Miracles come here."
Traditionally, images of Janus go over the front door, but I think this one is too big to fit there! I'll have to hang it elsewhere in my office.