I found this waiting for a doctor’s appointment, neatly folded on a chair. My main question is whether this was returned to the note-writer this way, or if the recipient circled their response but never returned it.
FOUND by Tru Leigh at a Target parking lot in Woodland Hills, California
While walking into my local purveyor of finely crafted crap from China, I spied the word “blood” on a piece of paper in the parking lot. Thnking it was someone’s Christmas shopping list, naturally I picked it up.
This note was inside our front door one Friday evening after we returned from a euchre game. If Jessica ever lived in at our address it was more than 12 years ago; odds are Bob got the wrong address. I hope he wasn’t too disappointed when Jessica didn’t call.
Found this in a novelty restaurant, the kind where you order using a phone. At our booth was a small notebook, I imagine to write your order down before “calling.” Most of the pages were scrawled down choices from the menu, but on one page, was this.
FOUND by Robert in the pages of Crime and Punishment
Not sure when or where this came from, or how long it was waiting inside that book for me to find it. I always find stuff in books but when I found this I thought it seemed worthy. Anyway it’s become my favorite bookmark, at least until I forget it inside a book for the next person to find.
I am a school librarian working in South London. I always find notes that the students leave each other, as well as drawings. I also have found notes about fights that have happened. This is my favourite note. I might even frame it!