I found this on the ground next to a park bench by a lake.
Found at a bus stop in June, 2007.
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.
My wife and I buy and sell used books, and we often find little treasures tucked away in them. This was found in a book of children’s poetry, written on the back of deposit slips for a bank in WA. The whole thing is so sweet; we really hope they’re still together. And we’d love … Continued
I was checking out a copy of A Million Little Pieces by James Frey at the public library and when I got home this note fell out of the book.
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.)
The title page from American Psycho complete with an endearing note to a former, but apparently still swooning lover.
Noticed this scrap of paper on the sidewalk and thought it was too great to not show someone! Love makes the whole world look better?
I found these notes stuck together on one of the sweeping lawns of the Philadelphia Main Line. I always have my eyes peeled for treasures while doing my daily walk. I chalk this little gem up to the battalion of leaf blowers that have been active for the past few weeks
I found this on the floor in the grocery store I work at on Valentine’s day.