I found this letter while straightening up the waiting room at a children’s facility. I look at all of the patients we saw that day to see if I could find their name so we could return the letter, but we couldn’t find it. It was too cute to throw away!
FOUND by Warren in the DAV Thrift Store, Springfield, Missouri
Found this neatly folded on the shelf with all the bags of toys at a DAV thrift store. I really feel for Destiny. I hope that Justin called her (after family dinner of course) but we may never know. This is framed and hanging in my house. Also, a friend’s band titled one of their songs “The lost love letter of…” after it.
Found on the road under our mailbox next to the Pearson Air Museum. It’s part of a note book. Many of the pages are dated. All are from 1990. I wonder where has this been for the last few decades? It was kept a long time, it must have meant something to someone.
I’ve been wistfully scanning the ground since I discovered this website, searching diligently for the perfect FOUND thing. Then last week at my local community college where I’m taking a sign language class I walked into the classroom to see the perfect specimen. I hope Michael makes it through his crisis, and wish we all could schedule a meeting for a transformation.