I found this in the street while I was walking my dogs in my neighborhood. I could tell it was a lottery slip, so I picked it up. I wish I knew who J was so I could ask if she won the lottery or if Mo (?) called!
FOUND by Erika in San Francisco, California (Valencia and 19th)
With that squint against the sun, she’s not exactly ferocious. Judging from the back of it (squiggles of sparkly glue and fragments of other construction paper) this was probably part of a much larger piece of work, off in some kindergarten somewhere. I like how carefully the kid cut around her braids.
A few days ago, I was inspecting an elegant antique sterling perfume atomizer (I’m a dealer). I unscrewed the top and peeked into the narrow glass vial inside. There was no liquid, but there was a pleasant perfume aroma, plus this note, which was curled up inside. I had to use a pair of needle-nose pliers to remove it, as the vial was so narrow. And here it is!
Recently, my mom approached what she thought was a piece of litter in her front “yard” (my parents live in an apartment townhouse), only to find a deflated white balloon with a 3×5 card tied to it that had a note scrawled from “Freedom” herself. From the looks of it, Freedom appears to be about 9 years old, and while ruthless about the consequences of restraining her, is fairly courteous. Enjoy!