I found this in a How-To Home Improvement book from the library. It was in the deck building section, just another place to have a party.
As a teen in the early 1970s, I found this engaging portrait taped to the front of a stand-alone photo booth at the Kmart. We lived about an hour from La Crosse, so I knew it was unlikely that I would ever actually cross paths with these girls.
My daughter found this hanging out of a locker at school.
While exploring a cute little park, my friends and I found, attached to a bench, a notebook with a pen inside – a guestbook of sorts for the park. I was happy to find that someone had already ripped out this page and left it right under the notebook.
We found this letter in The Saint Bar and Lounge, probably left by one of the crackheads or hookers that live above it. The p.s. is really the kicker.
Aiden (age 8) found this letter inside a book called “Quakes” in the library at the Village Free School. He is searching for the person who wrote the letter, so far, no luck.
I found this in the Easter egg section whilst waiting to buy a magazine. It’s written on the reverse of a torn Rice Krispies box. I hope Julia and her friends enjoy their sleepover.
This was found in a parking lot of an entertainment-type district. I think Jenn was celebrating after the interview– although not the best place to shop for clothes and undies.
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