Found this stapled to a telephone pole outside a Starbucks. I rarely see missing dog posters here so I stopped to read it. First, the ‘ascending’ dog caught my attention, then the realization Joey would never be found. Made me sad and happy all at the same time.
FOUND by Jonathan tied to the stick of a spent firework, found laying in our garden New Year’s Day.
We live in Germany. As far as I can make out, it says:
“Dear heaven, I wish for more serenity for me, a friend for Carmen, health for Claudi and me, a new job! peace on Earth and always the right decisions! A star for you! Mama you passed on, you are missed so much”
I think I got the gist of it, and I hope that by sharing it, whoever wrote it gets what they wish for. Happy New Year!! :-)
My roommate found this in our mailbox right before Christmas. Apparently, there is a total nutjob in our neighborhood. The hand drawn map is the best thing … check out the continent of “Lesbians.” Wow.
I found this at a corridor in the grade school building of our school. It seems to be a draft for a drawing for Christian Living class. The fire seems to represent Hell or the Devil. When I looked closely, there was an erased figure of an evil creature.
A friend of mine flies a Paramotor, and one day during an outing a balloon floated into the air with a note tied to the end of the string. My friend went over, grabbed the balloon and rescued the note.
My five-year-old daughter brought this to me and asked me to read it to her. The neighbors’ girl had given it to her on their bus ride home from school. We’re the only agnostics in our county, it would seem.