SAN DIEGO - Hundreds of little notes have been taped in random places around San Diego, and the words written on those notes are exactly what some people need to hear.
The notes are being left anonymously.
The front of the envelopes read: "If you find this card, it belongs to you. Go ahead, open me."
Inside are messages of hope, inspiration, and reminders to never give up.
"It doesn't take a lot to make somebody else's day better," said Shannon Wasser, writer of the anonymous letters of hope.
She says the cards are meant for whoever finds them. But she never sticks around to see who that may be.
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