When you walk into Ken's Flower Shop you're bound to see your share of flowers.
"About 45,000 bouquets will be delivered nationally this week," Owner of Ken's Flower Shop Tammy Krein said.
But you'll also see quite a few smiles.
"I donate mine to the Ruth Meyer's house for the homeless and also to the hospital in Mandan, the transitional hospital I take them to the patients as well," Krein said.
It's all part of Teleflora's "Make Someone Smile Week."
"We will be delivering 84 bouquets between the two places," Krein said.
And the reaction that Tammy Krein gets when she delivers the flowers, is what many would describe as priceless.
"A lot of them will cry, they smile of course, you know nobody has ever done this for me before," Krein said.
Krein says making these bouquets not only puts a smile on somebody's face, but it also gives her something to smile about.
"It's definitely something that makes you thankful for what you have, heartwarming, it's very heartwarming, I enjoy doing it," Krein said.
Giving those who receive the colorful flowers, not only a warm heart , but a warm smile.
Lowell's Flower Shop in Minot is also taking part in the annual "Make Someone Smile Week," along with flower shops in Sioux Falls and Chamberlain, South Dakota.