Found in the hands of my 65 year-old special needs aunt who picks up everything she sees, especially the shiny things. She picked it up during a walk to the park.
This was found inside a copy of an Isaac Asimov book at Walrus and Carpenter Used Books. I couldn’t resist buying the book and found the postcard upon later inspection. I hope they don’t come looking for me next.
My friend Rachel found this several years ago at our former school and showed it to me back then. A few days ago I remembered it and asked her if she still had it.
Found this in a recycling bin near my home, and I cannot believe anyone would throw out such a perfect photo. The wood paneling, the shamed expression on the man’s face, the livid expression on the woman’s face, and then, the crowning touch: the rose. It’s fantastic.
I was walking along Lake Shore Drive with my daughter when I found this wonderful work of art by a young girl for her grandmother. It must have gotten away from them in the windy city; I wish I could get this back to them.
Found in a friend’s garage.
I moved into a new place and found this note under the refrigerator. It immediately made me laugh and has been hanging on the same fridge for months. It reminds me of a situation all of us have been in as kids- better fess up or everyone is going to get punished!
This was in a used book. It feels like notes for a speech, but that doesn’t seem right.
Found in a used copy of Ronald Reagan’s book “In God I Trust” in a used bookstore in Portland.
I found this on the street on my way to pick up my daughter from school. There are a couple of pre-teen girls in my neighborhood and I guess one of them wrote this. I had no idea there was such drama going on– fights, cake fights, hatred of Bri, and poor grandma.