I was working and was about to clean up the store when I saw this on the ground.
I found this note folded on the ground in the lot we were staying at. I couldn’t resist reading it. It seems like such an innocent note full of love and then just a hint of racism in the P.S.
This was found on the floor one rainy weekday night.
I found this on my car one morning.
I work at a downtown public library and found a series of notes written on small sheets of scrap paper that we use to jot down titles, call numbers, etc. It took me a few minutes to put the cards in order, and was thrilled when I discovered I had all the pieces.
I found this piece of paper crumpled in a ball near some dumpster on my way to work.
Found soaked in the runoff of a snowbank in my doctor’s office parking lot early one morning — this sticky-noted assertion pasted to a piece of blue lined paper. (Blue, it’s useful to note, is the color of like like. And anyone with experience will tell you that like like = love.)
I found this in a grocery store shopping cart. It is on the back of a torn piece of notebook cover.
I found this on the floor in the grocery store I work at on Valentine’s day.
I work at the Indiana University library, and this is one of many treasures I’ve found in the stacks. I think some graduate students who work in the carrels upstairs had a bit of a nerdy love connection going on. This piece of paper was folded in half over a lengthy calculus problem; but, there’s … Continued