It was lying in the hallway of an apartment building I was helping my brother move into.
Found this not far from the high school when I was going for a walk. It was folded up neatly and laying right by the road in the grass.
This is from a school journal I found lying on the street. What follows is sea sickness, famine, and one hellish night spent on a floating plank of wood in black freezing water. That’s enough to seize the darkest corners of insanity … because she stole a lighter. Stay tuned.
I was in Rainbow Foods and I found this sitting on top of one of those automated talking coupon machine things that starts talking at you once you walk in front of it. It truly is scary!
This Post-it was found on my desk one morning when I came in to work, it wasn’t attached to anything so I can only assume I am supposed to pull out my crystal ball and divine who has such large dogs.
My first find, discovered in the University of Houston-Clear Lake parking lot. Looks like it’s been run over a few times, but you can still make out a terrified look on the kid’s face.
I found this in a bush on my college campus. The back of the card has Greek letters and the name “Jen”, so I suppose it was part of a sorority pledge game. Or maybe Jen just really needed to get something off her chest.
I found this note a couple of years ago in a waiting room at the end of the day, when I was working in a project giving advice to young homeless people. None of my co-workers recognized or could work out whose it was.
I went walking in the downtown area and found this on a bench. Apparently, they wanted to get something out. Artistically.
Found this little gem on the sidewalk near the middle school. It has been handy for decoding the true intentions of the people I meet.