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A woman now living in Seattle found this note on her windshield from a fellow Long Islander. (Photo: Facebook/Lisa Socha)

A woman now living in Seattle found this note on her windshield from a fellow Long Islander.
(Photo: Facebook/Lisa Socha)

SEATTLE, Wash. – A New York woman now living in Washington state found a cross-country surprise on her truck’s windshield when she returned to her vehicle after work: an anonymous note from a fellow Long Islander.

The stranger wrote to Lisa Socha after spotting Mets, Giants and Long Island-themed stickers on the back of her Mercury Mariner last Saturday.

These are the bumper stickers behind Lisa Socha's truck. (Photo: Lisa Socha)

These are the bumper stickers behind Lisa Socha’s truck. (Photo: Lisa Socha)

It read: “Hey fellow Long Islander, I’m from Port Jefferson. Just wanted to say hi and I like your bumper stickers. P.S. I miss the pizza.”

Charmed by the unexpected gesture, Socha posted the letter on her Facebook page.

 So you all know I live in Seattle and my truck has Long Island stickers and mets and Giants stickers. I rep west islip and have a smithtown ford license plate frame. All of which is unfamiliar to the people here. Tonight I came out of work and found this on my windshield! Yes, I’m quite amused!!! Pretty funny!!!

Socha, who moved to Seattle a year ago with her college-bound son, told Newsday she feels homesick at times and while the note was left unsigned, she hopes to get in touch with the mysterious writer.