I found this photo in a discarded photo album. On the back it states that this is a photo of Susan and Joseph at a Mardi Gras Parade. I can appreciate how the sea of people parted so that this picture could be taken.
I found this on my windshield in Oklahoma City on May 25, 1983 and have kept it ever since. Why do I remember that date so clearly? It was because it was opening day for the film “Return of the Jedi” and my best friend Richard Hall and I traveled 108 miles to see it. As we came out of the theatre at the end of the show that is when it was found under my wiper blade. And yes…my car battery was dead. This proves that the force was out to lunch when I needed it the most. Or maybe, as crazy as it sounds, it does not exist. What a let down. George Lucas, I blame you. *Sniff*
These signs were posted all over the campus of Grand Valley State University last year. Every single one was hand-written in the same distinct handwriting. I wanted to snag one of the signs right away, but I couldn’t bare the thought of this person not finding their unicycle because I had taken down one of their signs. I waited until the day they expired and made sure to grab one off a campus events board.
FOUND by Kim Grabosky on the wiper blade of my Jeep in the parking lot at work
I don’t know who Will is, but I like him. I actually knew I left my doors unlocked and consciously thought before I got out that I should leave the doors unlocked because I drive a Jeep with plastic windows and it would make it easier break in to poke around instead of slashing my windows. One of the only things I love more than finding mysterious notes on my car windshield are random acts of kindness. I know I’m really spacey about things like turning off car headlights; but, it’s hard to regret when it leads me to moments like this.