I found this walking to the car the morning after a New Year’s Eve party.
I found this note while I was putting books away.
I had purchased an entertainment center at a garage sale and this this photo was stuffed in the back of one the cabinets.
Found during my run.
I found this, along with many other interesting things, at my high school. It is still unclear to me exactly the first line means, but I’m glad she included illustrations. Maybe she thinks she’s a diva. Who knows?
I walked past a diary for a few days as it sat in the melting snow in an alley near my apartment.
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.
Strange poignancy, to me, in this image and its phrasing.
Hamden, known for its Christmas light display on 34th street, has a lesser known New Year’s celebration on the same street. People throng 34th waiting for “our” version of the Times Square ball drop and the eventful Baby New Year appearance. Baby New Year happens to be a tubby middle aged guy wearing nothing but … Continued
Some friends bought a house here in California last summer. We found this in the garage taped to a toilet seat!– among things left behind by the previous tenants. Enjoy