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.
I found a book in the parking lot outside of my school and this was one of the things written inside of it. The book also had raps and some funny “essays” for school.
I found this on a table in my work’s cafeteria. It was written on a napkin, and I thought that it was just hilarious, especially because it is all about someone named Lance, and that is my name, too.
I was extremely happy to find one of my favorite books, Dancer by Colum McCann, at a Goodwill. I was even more excited to find this list folded within the pages. The author only made it to #28, but nonetheless I thought the listed reasons, like “your hugs and squezzes,” “warm vibe,” and “endless eyes,” … Continued
I don’t remember where I found this, most likely at a garage sale or thrift store.
It seems like after Alex discovered emoticons and sent mementos to his pals he was afraid Mimi would whack him over the head with one of her lunch boxes for not giving her one, too. So he did, with fish, and a rose.
I found this written in an old gift book at a thrift store. The book was titled “… And Spring Shall Come.” While I had no interest in the book itself, I had to have it for the inscription, which says so much, yet begs so many questions.
I was walking along Lake Shore Drive with my daughter when I found this wonderful work of art by a young girl for her grandmother. It must have gotten away from them in the windy city; I wish I could get this back to them.