I’m keeping a diary now. I’m never leaving it anywhere, though. I’d hate to lose all those memories, good, and very very bad. It’s changed me as a person, and I’d like to see that I fill up the composition book with as many memories as possible. 5 years ago
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Two of my diaries have been stolen. Indirectly. One time I accidentally drove away from a gas station with my purse on the hood of my car, it fell off and by the time I could turn the car around and get back to where it had fallen, someone had picked it up. The diary was in the purse. Weeks later the purse was returned to me by a church with almost everything still inside EXCEPT the diary. Creepy. Another time, a purse of mine was stolen in Baltimore, and again, the purse was returned with almost everything intact except the diary.
I chose to take this as a compliment. 5 years ago
I’ve started writing down my day in a comp. notebook, but I don’t know if I could part with something that holds such valuable times that I might forget otherwise. I’m considering even writing one, and then leave contact information on the last page, you know, so I could meet the person who found it and see who they are, their personality, or anything of that sort. It’d be a good opportunity to meet someone completely new to me. 6 years ago