Like many, I found myself full of fear and angst at the beginning of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Our schools, stores, and businesses were all closing; the news was horrific, and we found ourselves in “Shelter-in-Place”, an entirely new concept. In classic “type A” fashion, I began sorting, tossing, rearranging everything in my new limited world. I couldn’t concentrate, it had to be physical. What I found was that this quickly turned into a treasure hunt. I uncovered old items of clothing, pictures and writings that were full of stories. Time shifts our perspective. I saw these items with new interest and a fresh perspective, from my older self. I decided to combine these items and photograph in a meaningful way to tell a story. I challenged myself to make images that don’t just tell us the obvious but make images that make us feel. This is the beginning of a project for me, my pandemic therapy. I’m excited to see where it will go.