My boyfriend says this is probably a Mormon baptism and that it’s an important rite of passage, so this photo is probably missed. Most of the time I’m happy not knowing about the things I find but I wish I had found the entire album. I’d like to know more about this kid.
When I saw this picture I knew I had to have it for my collection of framed photos of people I’ve never met. I don’t think I’d want to meet him. The deer didn’t want to meet him, either.
Found this inside a paperback at a used book sale.
I found this one afternoon when I arrived to open up the bar I work out. The bar’s custodian left it by the register. Poor guy.
I found this inside a children’s book at Goodwill. I thought he might have included a footnote for a minute there but when I unfolded the paper, sadly there was not one. I feel sorry for his sisters.
I found this by a dumpster during move out week at my university.
I woke up early this morning and couldn’t get back to sleep, so I went on a walk and watched the sun rise. As I was coming back, I happened to see this lying on the sidewalk and picked it up.
I found this folded up, wet and laying in some leaves. I can only guess that it blew from down the street where a few teenagers live. Pretty juicy letter from Juicy.
I picked up this diary in the children’s section of a thrift store. In the first page of this comic, the raccoon tells the other guy that his lunch is yucky. Apparently, the other guy really knew how to defend his lunch.
This is from Julie’s 6th grade yearbook (1972).