Well, I think it's lost. (Even though technically, I found it.) It could also have run away looking for the cat with the fiddle, a cow jumping over the moon, a laughing dog and a rebellious dish and spoon. Ya never know. But this fork doesn't look quite that adventurous. (A third option is that it's stolen. Accidentally, of course.) I discovered it in my silverware (which is really stainless-steelware) drawer back a few months ago. I think I brought it home from the after-MCC Sale party we had at Paula and Anthony's house in May and I've tried not to use it very many times. (Mikaela doesn't think we should use it since it isn't really ours.)
Being the honest person that I am, I decided to try and find the fork's rightful owner, whether it wants me to or not. I also thought it would be SO much more interesting to post a picture of it (on our piano keys for size perspective and artistic flare) here on my blog than it would be to, say, call Paula and ask her if she had been missing a serving fork for the last 4 and a half months. And it might not be Paula's anyway. It might be Amanda's, though it could be tricky to get it to her in Oklahoma. (And can you even believe that I have written this much--and that you have read this much!!!--about a fork of all things?) (Well, it is a nice fork.)
If it belongs to you or somebody you know, please let me know so I can return it to it's rightful drawer. If it doesn't belong to you and nobody else claims it (because really not very many people in the world read my blog!), I might just have to send it on it's merry way by leaving it in somebody else's stainless-steel-silver-flat-ware-drawer.
Alright, I can't think of anything else to say, even though I really wanted to incorporate "Hey Diddle Diddle" somewhere in this post. You should probably thank me now.