I buy distressed houses found this within one built in the ’60s. Not the one pictured here obviously.
On the front it reads “MOM” with a heart. There is a family fridge somewhere missing this gem. My favorite part is the pictures of hearts and pots at the bottom. Ten pots is a lotta love!
This was left in class one day as I was getting ready to go. I student-teach at the middle school for 5th and 6th graders. I’m glad to know that even in the Bible Belt South love of any gender can exist. I’m going to keep it.
I found this abandoned on the ground.
Found in an elementary school library.
I found this in my photography class.
I found this in the grass outside of the mental health office where I work. I don’t think Bre followed the directions from her mom very well.
A friend of mine (janitor) found a diary while taking out the trash. Sarah is just your average boy crazy 5th grader.
Found soaked in the runoff of a snowbank in my doctor’s office parking lot early one morning — this sticky-noted assertion pasted to a piece of blue lined paper. (Blue, it’s useful to note, is the color of like like. And anyone with experience will tell you that like like = love.)
Found on the ground or in a trashcan at the carwash. It made me happy. Does it make you happy? Yes or no?