Man hopes to return life lessons notebook to owner
CITRUS HEIGHTS, Calif. (KGO) -- Don't color on people. Chew with your mouth closed. Don't bite the dentist. Words to live by -- a whole notebook full of them.
A Wal-Mart employee in Citrus Heights wants to return the notebook to the young customer who left it behind.
Raymond Flores found it in the parking lot and knew it had to be special. It's filled with a long list of more than 150 rules to live by, jotted with a pencil in a child's hand-writing.
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