Art Abandonment

Aug 14, 2012

As mom, dad and I left the hotel this morn­ing I left a piece of aban­doned art in the lob­by. This was the third piece I left on our trip to WV and must say it is so super fun. You real­ly need to do this… the gift of receiv­ing an email from a recip­i­ent is so worth it. Here is an email I received from a lady who found my dream tag.

Just want­ed to say thank you. My name is Karen and I serve break­fast at the Hol­i­day Inn express in White House, TN. I hope you enjoyed your stay and I was the one who found your gift and I love it. I went out and hung it from the rear view mir­ror in my car. I wish I knew who you were but regard­less I will be think­ing of you every­day when I see it and it does mean a lot to me. Hope you have a safe trip and get to your des­ti­na­tion with­out trou­ble and maybe you’ll come through hear again some­day.

Thank you again.…Karen L.

How fun is that! Karen is the first per­son to reply to me and I hope I get more but if not, leav­ing a piece here and there and know­ing some­one will find them is fun enough. You can learn about the Art Aban­don­ment Group HERE.

This is the fourth aban­doned art piece I left after we fin­ished eat­ing break­fast in Ken­tucky at a Crack­er Bar­rel. I must say dri­ving through Ken­tucky is one of my favorite states to dri­ve through. See­ing all the white fences and barns with paint­ed quilt square pat­terns on them are so pret­ty.

But after 21 hours of dri­ving the pret­ti­est things to see were these two things… the sign wel­com­ing us to the state of West Vir­ginia and my aunt and uncles home.

While here I plan on catch­ing up with fam­i­ly, doing some antique shop­ping, work­ing a lit­tle each day and watch­ing for deer and wild turkeys every evening. This tru­ly is one of my favorite places to vis­it.


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