This was found at the Oconomowoc Public Library. Though this child appears to be very loving, I’m thinking that they probably shouldn’t own a pet.
I found this stuck in the windshield wipers of a car in 1991. We didn’t investigate.
I found this written in an old gift book at a thrift store. The book was titled “… And Spring Shall Come.” While I had no interest in the book itself, I had to have it for the inscription, which says so much, yet begs so many questions.
From an exposed roll of film inside a Brownie camera found at a Goodwill around 1978.
Found on the ground walking to the Church Key in MadTown. Someone must have been just moving in and in desperate need of some scented poop spray, LOL.
I found this on the steps of Mitchell Hall at UWM leaving class one day. I love a well-titled list!
As a teen in the early 1970s, I found this engaging portrait taped to the front of a stand-alone photo booth at the Kmart. We lived about an hour from La Crosse, so I knew it was unlikely that I would ever actually cross paths with these girls.
This letter mysteriously appeared on our table while out for drinks.
I was out walking my dog in the neighborhood during one of the first days of spring. We crossed the street and I saw this.
Shortly after being introduced to FOUND Magazine, I found this under a desk in my French class. I keep it on my desk by my computer and it makes me smile every time I see it.