Post-it note FOUND by Kim in Tacoma, WA
“Found in a shoebox of shelf brackets at a garage sale. I didn’t buy the brackets, but I confess to shoplifting the note after unfolding and reading it. I view it as a message of hope for hairy colorblind jackasses everywhere.” -Kim
Found by Rory Finneren in D.C.
“This note was folded up on the seat of the DC Metro. It appears to be written by an interesting kid…” -Rory
FOUND by Debra in Vancouver, Washington
This afternoon I found this in my ex’s front yard as I was dropping our daughter off. My ex told me that the neighbors’ daughter has three foster children that she is in the process of trying to adopt, and wondered if this came from one of the older kids. It looked like whoever wrote it was starting a project as this was the front page of several sheets of notebook paper stapled together, but this is as far as they got. It’s been raining so the lines on the paper have run. I hope this kid has a brighter future than they started with. Keep writing and talking it out, kid! There is freedom in telling your story.
FOUND by Crasta Yo in Seattle, Washington
FOUND by Andy Robbins in Seattle, Washington