I found this gem on my front door step. Somebody, somewhere is very confused.
I found this card on the steps of a church in down town Eugene, ironically a couple days after I broke up with my then-girlfriend.
I found this on my friend’s fridge. Her housemate found it six years ago in a university dining hall. I love that her roommate has been carrying this around for six years, knowing how special it is, just waiting for a motivated person with a scanner to share it with y’all.
I found this in the lunchroom of the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. I think I would be a very different person if my mom left notes in my lunch like Jonny’s mom does.
This note was found neatly folded on the stairs in my high school.
Aiden (age 8) found this letter inside a book called “Quakes” in the library at the Village Free School. He is searching for the person who wrote the letter, so far, no luck.
The students at the high school have been pretty upset since the government mandated healthier food in the vending machines. Apparently this student thought he could give a good persuasive speech about it.
Here’s a great little find I picked up on the way back from a walk to the local Starbucks. Why almost a woman?
I teach at the high school and found this on one of the desks after class. I am happy to not know which of my students left this for me to find.
I took a walk in my neighborhood and found a set of four hand-made flash cards. The others are really funny too but this one is the best. Out of the mouths of babes.