Assignment #62Make an educational public plaque. Jonathan Green and Scottie Caldwell Charlottesville, Virginia USA via Learning to Love You More.

I’m hesitant to admit this, having lived almost half my life in the etiquette obsessed South, but I still forget which side the fork goes on when I'm setting the table. I made my own cheat sheet for Audrey to use (that's my story and I'm sticking to it), but it's definitely not as neat as this one -- how fun would it be framed and hanging in the kitchen.

The image is from a very cool site/art project called Learning to Love You More started by artists Miranda July and Harrell Fletcher in 2002. Visitors to the site can accept an assignment, complete it by following the simple but specific instructions, and see their work posted on-line. It's been around a while and oft-blogged about, but still very cool.

Thanks Love Forever.


Romine Family said...

this is coming from someone who routinely uses paper plates and sporks but the easiest way to remember is FORK has 4 letters, LEFT has 4 letters, KNIFE has 5 letters, RIGHT has 5 letters. ta-da!!!

Joslyn said...

genius. thank you annie!