I found this sticking to a traffic cone inside the University of Alaska Anchorage Campus Center. I’m assuming it’s a wet paint sign, but there was nothing being painted that I saw.
I found this while hiking on my birthday this year. It was tucked carefully beneath a fallen tree on a little-used path which emptied into a clearing of wildflowers. The handwriting appears feminine, but to what or whom she says goodbye to is left to the imagination.
I finally got around to cleaning out my backpack for the summer and found this paper crammed underneath a million other loose papers and more than a few folders. I have no idea how it got in there, who wrote it, or who Avery is, but I can tell you right now, he sure is … Continued
Cute little drawing and note that I found at the city dumps.
This flash card was in a Marxist theory textbook that I bought online, secondhand. All the margins are full of cramped, tiny, illegible notes, and this fell out of the middle.
I found this index card in a puddle on my way back from class one day.
My friend and I were picking up trash in the school when we came across this.
I live in the ‘burbs and commute to work in Chicago every Monday through Friday on the Metra Union Pacific Northwest Line. I found this folded-up note in the Arlington Heights train station parking. Lots of schoolkids also ride this train line, and this note undoubtedly belongs to one of them.
I found this note/business card when I was walking down a residential street.
I was in an elevator after a particularly rough day of classes when I looked down and found this on the floor. It was a nice reminder.