FOUND by Whitney Clair in Bowen Hills QLD, Australia
I was walking home from an excellent night of drinking and dancing with my friends when I stumbled across this little beauty and had to share. That night I also came into ownership of two traffic cones, a milk crate and a bloddy awesome leaf. :) Hope you enjoy.
FOUND by Colleen Lynch in a Goodwill changing room
I couldn’t help but take the notes with me. It’s so funny sometimes the things that bother people. I immediately wanted to know who this person was and the story behind them.
FOUND by Surly in Los Angeles, California
This fluttered into our front yard today. Not sure who wrote it, but I’m pretty sure it was meant for me.
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FOUND by Deb in Baltimore, Maryland
I found this on the floor of a classroom last fall.
FOUND by Cindy S.
My 7-year-old son brought this home one day. This leaves me wondering what the problem is, and how it could possibly involve nets and plastic.
FOUND by Stuart Maxwell in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
I found this note in an alleyway downtown. Nearby there is an art gallery/tattoo parlor, which I imagine the writer attends. It’s got some arty style in the openin, and some good life advice.
FOUND by Deacon Blues in an obscure corner of the Divinity Library
I found this in a book entitled “Violence and the Sacred;” I’m not sure if that makes the note funnier or not. As a dad myself, I think the advice is pretty astute, though.
FOUND by Abi and Elaine in Pomona College, California
My roommate found this note tucked into a used book from the college bookstore. Pretty intense.
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FOUND by Sean Apple in Seattle, Washington
I found these in an alley in the University District. I hope that finding them torn out in an alley means that the author has moved on from this chapter of her life
FOUND by Justin James in Bloomington, Minnesota
I found this underneath some dirty, dusty computer cables at work. I love the fact that the note is praising somebody, but at the same time bursting a bubble with the “cup is half empty” attitude. Good stuff.