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.
I don’t remember where I found this, most likely at a garage sale or thrift store.
I was checking out a copy of A Million Little Pieces by James Frey at the public library and when I got home this note fell out of the book.
I found this in one of my old purses. My youngest wrote it to me. Apparently she hid it there with high hopes I would find it. It’s been at least a year and half since I used that purse. Sad.
I found this in Best Buy. At first I thought it was written by a middle schooler but was later informed it is in fact by a high school student. Interesting… I mainly enjoy the fact that it had to be continued!
A co-worker found this in his driveway one Sunday morning. I kept it because it’s so damned funny and disturbing. The simple call of “flaps” got us through several horrendous days.
At my place of business, we have an enter-to-win ballot box that I clean out once a week. This was written on the back of one of the entry forms. Don’t do it, Granny. He’s just trying to get in your will.
The first day back at school after being sick, I found this posted in the window of the resource room. It didn’t belong there, so I took it down and almost threw it in the recycle bin. Then I realized it belongs here instead.