My boss actually found this one walking back to the office.
This is from Julie’s 6th grade yearbook (1972). Something tells me Chris grew up to be a musician.
Thin thighs as it turns out, are the only important thing in life.
Found this on my way into Schnuck’s for some groceries after class one night. It seems Danny was helping put on a dance recital.
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.