Hugs, Then Hands


FOUND by Emily Weakley at a children’s clinic

I found this letter while straightening up the waiting room at a children’s facility. I look at all of the patients we saw that day to see if I could find their name so we could return the letter, but we couldn’t find it. It was too cute to throw away!

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  • orinocowomble

    “Aaryn”? Strewth. Not Erin, not Aaron, not Aron…no…Aaryn. Poor child is going to go through life spelling her name for people and hearing that she has “spelled it wrong.” Her own name.
    I wish parents would grow up.

  • Librarian in the Woodwork

    “L3″ because I don’t know how to spell “love”??

  • orinocowomble

    I think whoever wrote this meant <3, as in "heart."

  • swing and a miss

    this is girl on girl action. boys do NOT write emoticon hearts.

  • Librarian in the Woodwork

    Well, ovcoarse, but that just compounds the spelling problem issue, doesn’t it?

  • Librarian in the Woodwork

    I got to the same conclusion through the coming to my locker room to hug me part.