I work in a church office. We have a small staff. There is a good flow of people through here during the day, but I know everyone who comes by. I found this list on the back stairway down to the basement and the usual suspects who might have created this list deny it is … Continued
I had found this while taking a break from judging at a Speech and Debate tournament. It was sitting on the grass just outside of some portable classrooms. It’s slightly sad, and reminded me of my early relationship with my fiance. I can only hope that all goes well with this couple.
I’m not sure which image I like better, the lazy Raisinets, just laying around and not working, or the trusty Raisinet technician, showing up with a toolbox to get those darn Raisinets working again!
Found this little gem on the sidewalk. My friends and I found it strange that the writer shows no concern about the blood or the fact that the recipient was strangely still “sleeping” in the middle of the day, and instead was worried about feeling unloved themselves. Huh.
After dragging my Christmas tree curbside, I found this soggy note next to my mailbox.
This is Part 3 of 4. We own a sheep ranch in the mild climate of the Pacific Northwest, and have a livestock guardian dog which lives with the sheep to protect them from predators. She is a Maremma, bred for this purpose, and she likes her job of being lazy all day in a … Continued
This image was found when I picked up a book at a used book store.
A crinkled up note I found a half block away from my home in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. It seemed to have been put on the windshield of a car and then discarded. We couldn’t quite decide on what “they” could be, except that maybe they were breast implants. And the Spaghetti Factory seems like … Continued
On Halloween my house gets a lot of trick-or-treaters. A LOT. This year we estimate that about 1,200 kids came by our house. When cleaning up after Halloween I found this note on the floor on a crumpled 3×5 card. Perhaps this was dropped by one of the moms?
I found this in a used bookstore, between the pages of a 1970s edition of Henry James’ “The Ambassadors.”