A treaty note: this was left in my suitcase with a box of party-mints (the lyrics are from a song "Party Girl" that we used to love)
A goodbye note: this was left on my dresser by my sister-in-law Allie as they were headed back home after a Summer visit.
A "here is something for you" note: this was left along with a new curling iron and blow-dryer by my sister Megan before she headed on a flight back home (she had mocked me during her stay for having the same old curling iron we'd aquired from her friend Kim during high-school).
A "little bit smart-alecy" notes: Both of these were left by my brother Chris. One next to a tithing check and the other on the wall on my 16th (driver's liscence) birthday.
The compliment note: This was written on my history paper by Pat Butler (who taught many of us) He liked the paper.
The kid note (a personal favorite type of note): this one was left from my little Tessa who is all grown now, but she lived with us for a time when she was my small little niece.
This kid note was from my very own son when he felt he had gone astray
The Husband notes: Obviously these are some of my favorites. Not because they are what you might think a husbandly note should be, "I love you, you're the best," but because they just make me smile at my spouse.