Found in two different places, months apart. It’s probably just the photo quality, but it sure looks like it could be the same little boy.
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!
I found this drawing at Patterson Park. I don’t think this needs a big story behind it; it seems to speak volumes on so many levels.
I found this photo at a garage sale from a guy who said he used to work at a photo lab and would occasionally print doubles of crazy pictures that came through. This was his favorite photo he ever copied. It raises a lot of questions.
A couple years ago, while painting the inside of a closet in her home, my mom’s brush ran into something stuck between the slats in the closet wall… she pulled out a child’s wallet from the 1940′s belonging to a boy named Ken Bock or Ken Bouk. I did some digging early on to try … Continued
This was from an old album from the back of a cabinet. I think I have something in common with the kid in the middle. Neither of us can figure out why we are being taught to paint olives, at least that is what it looks like.
It seems the cleaning lady brought her daughter one day, and she must’ve repeated what she heard from mom. Yikes! I guess she must’ve done her homework– she spoke of Mickey Mouse just the other day.
Found in an elementary school library.
This was found at the Oconomowoc Public Library. Though this child appears to be very loving, I’m thinking that they probably shouldn’t own a pet.
I found this in a used copy of “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” two days ago at the Book Market used bookstore. I thought this was really sweet because everybody I talk to that was a kid during the first Harry Potter craze admits to having secretly wished that they would receive a … Continued