Ann Arbor woman hilariously documents people’s lost things on Twitter
Julie Weatherbee, who works by day in the University of Michigan’s IT department and live tweets City Council meetings by night, began tweeting photos of people’s lost things six years ago. Here are just some of her “Lost Things” posts:If you lost your commemorative wedding mugs, they are on this chair on Koch Street. #AnnArbor pic.twitter.com/b95nZR8dXc — Julie Weatherbee (@juliewbee) December 7, 2020If you lost your soybeans, they are scattered along the Ann Arbor Railroad tracks (presumably from Ann Arbor to Toledo). #AnnArbor pic.twitter.com/tphJCeCfts — Julie Weatherbee (@juliewbee) May 23, 2020If you lost your keys, they are on this electric pole near Main and Hill! #annarbor pic.twitter.com/cRWMxT8HaC — Julie Weatherbee (@juliewbee) August 30, 2019If you lost your tiny car by the Stadium, well, I have some bad news.
Blessing of the pets takes place in Monroe
Here are some of the pictures from a pet blessing ceremony in Monroe. Blessing of the Pets is a popular tradition at Monroe County churches in early October. The events are held on or near Oct. 4, the Feast of Saint Francis of Assisi in the Roman Catholic Church. St. Francis was said to have a special love for animals. Click on the photo tab to see some of the pictures from a pet blessing ceremony Saturday at St. Mary Catholic Church in Monroe.monroenews.com