This was within the pages of an old Leonardo DaVinci library book. It was on the back of a blank spelling game copyrighted in 1936. It reads: “Dear Meg, Life, religion, art and love are experience and not topics. I like your spirit, that is why I stayed so long last night–please forget it. Bob … Continued
I found this in the parking lot of Target (700). It was still folded and the wind started to blow it away, so I chased the folded paper to see what was in it, (hoping it would be a check with all kinds of money, lol). When I opened it, I got something much more … Continued
I found these two drawings on a desk in my junior year physics class. Presumably completed by someone in the class before mine, they are fairly well done, concise and clearly telling a story. The first illustrates the often-accepted benefits of religion while the second captures a darker situation, that of the army and fighting. … Continued
Was moving furniture out of a deceased woman’s condo and found this card. It appears to be a copy of a child’s drawing made into a homemade card of some sort.
Not sure what’s going on here. Rescued from the recycle bin.
I’ve had this for a while, I think it must have dropped out of a neighbour’s school file or something. I think they were just bored in class reading the poems of R.S Thomas (a Welsh poet). My favourite part is “school bus, yeah!” and also the fact that R.S Thomas is immediately upset by … Continued
I found this on the street by Austin Community College Rio Grande campus.
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.
This was sopping wet in the alley behind my home. Dried it out and flattened it for scanning. This can be read on too many levels: a failed job application intelligence test / Freudian positioning of balls-and-bats / boys offering questions and solutions but the girl only a blank question mark / etc.
Found this in the hallway; it made my day a little greater.