I found the attached on the inside of the book called “Fingerpainting on the Moon” by Peter Levitt – a book about creativity! It was so sweet and loving, I find myself going back to it to remind myself.
I found two of these in the recycling bin by the copiers in the library. One copy was clearer than the other. There’s about a million reasons to dislike media services, however there were no other copies indicating which reason it might have been.
I found this as I was cleaning out a house after an estate sale. I’ve seen a couple of cool things at these but this is my favorite so far. On the back of the photo it reads “Thats the way the Krauts surrendered to us, as demonstrated by ‘Yank’ Dennison and ‘Kraut’ Thrueatt, Penn.& Alabama respectively.-(That thing was loaded!), Tangerhütte, Germany” They look pretty relaxed. After having the Germans surrender they must have had some free time.
This young man clearly suffers from “nice guy” syndrome, and is driven to leave notes promoting his own worthiness for any girl who might come along. I’m particularly heart-broken by the passage at the end, in which he says he doesn’t believe in abusing girls.