The things second graders say.
A friend and I shared an apartment with some people we lived downstairs they lived upstairs, a few times when I’d come back from work weird notes like this would be on the stairs leading to our apartment, not long after they were evicted for selling drugs so we don’t know who they came from.
As I was running back home last night, I saw a piece of paper in my front yard.
Found this interesting gem walking to the grocery store, makes me wonder why someone would take this and how it made its journey to the side of the road.
I collect found photos. This one was in a bin at a cool thrift store called Qcumbers. I was awed by the passion in this couple’s kiss– it feels both aggressive and touching. We think of our grandparents’ generation was boring and conservative, but they too were young once and had lives with love, passion, … Continued
I found picture outside of a frat bar on “The Strip.” It looks like someone tore this baby to bits.
I had to produce a receipt to get 2hrs free parking at a shopping mall so I was rummaging around a bin when I found one; what caught my eyes was under the receipt.
I found this note torn into little pieces and stuffed into a vintage sewing pattern envelope (for teen sportswear, ca. 1960). At first it seems like a pretty normal middle-school love letter, but that last line is a tad ominous!
Lake View Cemetery is one of the most beautiful cemeteries in Cleveland– it has such wonderful art throughout. People like President James Garfield, Eliot Ness and John D. Rockefeller are buried there. My favorite memorial is the angel that sits near the Haserot family plot (). I was just visiting there this weekend when I … Continued