What Lives in the Note Section of Our Phones
Lemon juice. Scotch tape. An uncompleted grocery list.
A drafted apology text. Measurements for a bridesmaid dress. An on the go diary.
Recipe for tofu. Recommendations for books. Receipts from a road trip.
“If the path be beautiful, let us not ask where it leads.” – Anatole France
Tattoo ideas. Password hints for Spirit Airlines.
For two different library systems.
Notes from the doctor. A list of gift ideas for family members. My WiFi password.
You’ve only inspired me to write sad poems.
A list of foods my best friend is allergic to.
A list of nonprofits to look up later.
A list of personal embarrassing stories.
A list of favorite foods from 2016.
I am no longer accepting apologies that aren’t accompanied by behavioral changes.
Quotes from a podcast.
Quotes from a newsletter.
Quotes from the last book I finished and mailed to a friend.
I will not hold onto anger as my antidote.
Nonsense sentences from 3:00 AM, recording a dream in real time.
Links to 2 tweets and a YouTube video.
A journal entry about my experience in jury duty.
The ages of my friend’s four daughters.
If your worst mistake is that you sometimes give people a second chance.
There are worse things that you can be.