The Scenarios of.. FAIL

"Just put yourself in this situation...
Have you ever been asked to consider what item you would bring with you if you were stranded on a desert island? How about the one object you feel tells your life's story? What about the face you imagine when you hear a certain word? This week's free project is all about putting yourself in a strange scenario that we've thought up and responding with an image, Sign up and we will send you the theme for this Scenario and instructions for submitting your images."
  Sketchbook Project Link

I got my scenario on 1/31...

"The scenario of this project is: You wake up to find that everything in your home is gone. Your books, furniture, pictures - even the nails they were hanging on, have all mysteriously vanished. You wander room to room before encountering one object - you're surprised it's the one thing remaining because it's not of great value, but it has a special significance only you would know about." 

Believe me, I thought about this for days (usually during my commute).


It was the "not of great value" part that stumped me.
That cancelled out art, jewelry, and of course I think ALL MY STUFF is valuable.
That's why I hold on to it, right?

 I missed the deadline (2/12).

OK, OK, here's something:

It's a wooden horse that my Grandfather carved for me.
I will now attempt to upload it...

Looks like it went through, although maybe too late to make it on their blog.

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