I found this postcard in 2000, and have had it on my bulletin board ever since. The note was written to a Memphis woman from an address in Missouri back in 1957. I guess they’d had enough.
Found this in puddle beside my car in the parking lot at East Tennessee State University while leaving campus on a rainy afternoon in October.
Found taped to the inside of one of our production trucks. From the flip side looks like this originated from Country Thunder in Florence, Arizona
I had gone to the recycling center to drop off my cans, glass, etc. and found this memento on the asphalt between the big dumpsters for`plastic and paper. I want to think this is a mistake. Why would someone throw away a wedding photo? I am guessing it is from the 1930s, possibly the 40s. … Continued
I was volunteering at the recycling center that is part of my elementary school. I was digging through a trash-can, sorting things into paper, plastic, cardboard. I grabbed this out and laughed boisterously – this kid obviously knows what’s up.
I’m not sure I want to know.
Found in Midtown.
I found this, along with many other interesting things, at my high school. It is still unclear to me exactly the first line means, but I’m glad she included illustrations. Maybe she thinks she’s a diva. Who knows?
I bought a used copy of U2′s “Joshua Tree” on vinyl at a local record store and found this little note inside. I don’t know if Jeff ever found Emily’s proclamation of love, but it now has a spot of honor on our refrigerator. I think lusty thoughts each time I see it.
My brother, another guy and I went to this field to throw around the football and found this note. I actually left my sweater there so it’s maybe the universe’s way of evening things out; find something, lose something.