MELBOURNE, Fla. -- Patti Burke was snacking on Goldfish when one of the little orange crackers caught her eye.
The snack is smiling back, but also has what Burke interprets as a cross and a circle on its side.
"When I picked this one up, I knew he was special," the Melbourne, Fla., woman said. "He had a cross on him, and he had a crown circle up by his head -- something I've never seen before out of all the Goldfish I've eaten."
Burke said she contacted Pepperidge Farm, and workers there told her there was no way their machines made the mark.
So, after hearing an Easter Sunday sermon about Jesus' resurrection, Burke believes this cracker is a sign that God is present in everyday life.
"After talking with Pastor Scott (Worth, of Presbyterian Church of the Good Shepherd), I know what all the cross means," she said. "It's eternal life with a circle around the cross."