I found this page displayed in an East Bay Express newspaper box at the corner of 27th and Broadway. It’s either a list of personal resolutions or recommendations on how someone else should live.

Re-Entry Plan

Walking home from the park we stumbled upon a manila envelope, with two sheets of paper inside. The fact that the first sheet was unsigned by Tinley and that fact the envelope looked as if it had gotten wet (and subsequently dried) made Tinley’s feelings about the contract rather clear.

An Ominous Post-It

I found this post-it  presumably a note my predecessor had written to herself  in my desk during my first day on the job. How depressing.

P.S. I Hope It Works Out

I found this on the Jubilee tube line on my way home from work. It appears to be a kind of diary entry letter to no one.

Before The Before

As I was locking the gate to leave the house, I saw that someone’s bin had blown over. As I went to pick them up, I found this neatly-folded note in front of a plant pot. In a really odd way it made my day to think that this girl was revising harder than I … Continued

Latest Find

We just got back to Phoenix from a three week vacation to the east coast and found this note in our house left by some friend of the kid next door who was taking care of our dogs and plants. I particularly like the part about not having been up to anything, but, “I’M GETTING … Continued

Dear Ike Skelton

I found this at a Boy Scout function in Summer of 2007.  Ike Skelton is a Congressman in Missouri.