The past few weeks at Casa Art and Words have been spent traveling for spring break while battling an assortment of allergies, flu bugs, and colds. (Um, hooray?) In any event, I came across this ring on a surface in the Maryland House rest stop on I-95. I couldn’t help wondering whether it was lost or abandoned. (From the deliberateness of the placement, I suspect abandoned.)
The ring brought to mind that infamous six word story many attribute to Hemingway:
For sale: baby shoes, never worn.
In this case, I suppose the story could be:
A ring abandoned. A marriage ended.
Abandoned: wedding ring in Maryland House.
In other news, I hope you’ll check back here on Friday. I’ve been tagged by author Nancy Bilyeau for a blog hop entitled “Meet My Main Character”. Plus I’ve an update about THE LILY MAID. Mysterious and mysteriouser.
Photographed in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn during one of my daily walks.
Photographed this week in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn. Several days later it snowed yet again. (Spring has to come eventually, right?)
Photographed recently in Soho, Manhattan as part of an outdoor art installation.
Look what I saw on my morning walk! Photographed in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn.