Today as I was leaving the mall I felt extremely thirsty so I stopped at a vending machine in the parking deck of the mall. As I reached down to get my soda I noticed this paper folded inside the soda retrieval area. It made my day.
I bought Nicholas Sparks’ A Walk to Remember at my local library’s bookstore. A beautiful but tragic love story. Inside I found a real love letter written on the first page. After reading it I couldn’t help but wonder what happened to them and why anyone would misplace such a beautiful letter.
I found this small note on the sidewalk (in front of some bars) in the Hawthorne neighborhood. Ruth seems like a nice lady.
I found this thank you note not long after graduation. I had just graduated, so I feel like some of my friendships could be reflected in this note, too. I just wish I knew more of their story.
I saw this on the ground walking through the rain on Brigham Young University campus. It was folded and wet. Hope you’re happy, Bradley. It sounds like somebody loves you.
I was out on a walk during lunch and found this note on the sidewalk, blowing in the breeze at the corner of Drumm & Sacramento.
This was found inside a copy of an Isaac Asimov book at Walrus and Carpenter Used Books. I couldn’t resist buying the book and found the postcard upon later inspection. I hope they don’t come looking for me next.
My friend Jen and I found this when we were going to lunch.
I found this folded up under a flower pot at a local coffee shop. I don’t know how to upload the other side at the same time, it appears to be possible, but I don’t know how. On the other side it says: “Do not read unless you are Lenny. If you not Lenny, please … Continued
Found this crumpled up into a tight little ball, on the street in the fairly downtrodden Tenderloin District. Kinda sad that such a heartfelt message of hope got discarded with such intention.