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.
I was working at a Red Cross shelter set up to aid victims of an apartment fire. These guys lost everything, so we were taking donations of clothing. In one bag of clothes, I found the attached note.
Another mysterious paper from one of the university recycling bins during move-out week. For a lot of students, college offers more than just academic growth.
I tore these pages out of a weight loss book that I found at Goodwill one day.
Here is the rest of the journal.
My mother found this journal entry when she was clearing out our basement.
Found this on a sidewalk near Martha’s Vineyard a couple years ago. It still makes me laugh. What the heck!
This is a page from the diary of a freshman college student that I found it at a rummage sale.
I found this in the hallways of my high school two years ago.