The author of this New Year’s Day reflection looks to be a very lonely and dramatic 18-year old. I’ve got a feeling he’d make a really good boyfriend if she’d ever give him a chance. New Year’s get better once you’re old enough to drink.
Found this crumpled up into a tight little ball, on the street in the fairly downtrodden Tenderloin District. Kinda sad that such a heartfelt message of hope got discarded with such intention.
A bunch of friends and I took the safe bus to the bars downtown for some drinks and good times. Right when we got off at our stop, we found this gem laying on the sidewalk. Perfect way to start the night off!
I think this might be some sort of activity done in an English class or a reading group, but I found it in a grocery store parking lot so I’m not sure. Looks like they learned something, though.
My grandfather found this and thought it so cute that he brought it in to show us all. He never specified where he found it. I especially love the ‘Winner” sticker. I hope they all kept to their many resolutions!
I found this love letter lying on the sidewalk, face up, staring at me as I walked by. I wish I knew how to get it to it’s rightful owner – it probably fell out of someone’s door.
It looks like a list of goals from 2 people. I love that “get laid” is underlined 3 times.
Found this at an AA meeting I went to. This cheesy slogan might cause me to go back to drinking.
I was walking home from the park with my kids and thought that I’d take them by the juvie; like, “Hey kids, don’t act up and end up in there some day.” We found this on the sidewalk. I saw the swear word up top and then wouldn’t let my kids have it. They spent … Continued
I found this in the book “What Women Want Men to Know,” by Barbara DeAngelis, PhD.