I bought Nicholas Sparks’ A Walk to Remember at my local library’s bookstore. A beautiful but tragic love story. Inside I found a real love letter written on the first page. After reading it I couldn’t help but wonder what happened to them and why anyone would misplace such a beautiful letter.
This card was found in a book. Looks like the draft of an unrequited love letter.
I’m a cashier at a grocery store, which is a goldmine for shopping lists. Here’s a pretty sweet one I rescued. I wonder how Babbles is coping with those Demo assholes!
I was working and was about to clean up the store when I saw this on the ground.
I found this note folded on the ground in the lot we were staying at. I couldn’t resist reading it. It seems like such an innocent note full of love and then just a hint of racism in the P.S.
Found in an empty shopping cart in a large grocery store parking lot. Note the charming puffy clothes, and …. is that a tree or nuclear cloud in the distance?
I found this note folded into a novel I bought new from amazon.com. The novel is Oryx and Crake, by Margaret Atwood, not the type of read you’d associate with an apologetic lover. Or “peeny.”
On the front it reads “MOM” with a heart. There is a family fridge somewhere missing this gem. My favorite part is the pictures of hearts and pots at the bottom. Ten pots is a lotta love!
This was left in class one day as I was getting ready to go. I student-teach at the middle school for 5th and 6th graders. I’m glad to know that even in the Bible Belt South love of any gender can exist. I’m going to keep it.
Found this in puddle beside my car in the parking lot at East Tennessee State University while leaving campus on a rainy afternoon in October.