See the green post-it notes? The other day, my daughter, Hannah, just returned to the store from checking the mail and walked from the Big Yellow Room towards the Children’s Room when she let out a squeal, “We got a post-it, too!” What? She explained to me that she had seen a post-it note on Flatbread’s outdoor menu board and just discovered one in our store. Well, that has to mean something! Recognizing “@foundhello” was a twitter thing, I went online to check it out. Apparently someone goes around and puts post-it notes on random places for people to find and enjoy. And to encourage. Positive messages. So I grabbed my cell and took photos.
The other day I went to post a letter and as I approached the mail box I noted something green fluttering and lo and behold! another post-it note! Marble Works received three! At least that’s all I found.
I really like the message left in my store. I don’t know if it is a message meant for me but I am taking it to heart. I’m not going out without a good fight! I’ll continue working hard to keep this store open. I don’t want to take my inventory home and be an online used book store. So to whoever you are, thank you! It was a nice treat to find the notes and smile.
I love stuff like this.
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Could not find an email address…sorry.
I am looking for books on Herpetology and/or amphibians and reptiles – field guide or books. Any chance?
Hello! Sorry it took me so long to respond. Looks like right now I don’t have a lot to offer other than Conant’s “Field Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians,” and Thomas Palmer’s, “Landscape with Reptile: Rattlesnakes in an Urban World.” And thanks for the note regarding not finding my email. I’ll figure out a way to get it more prominent. It is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!