There is always a place in our hearts that we refer to as “home” or “comfortable.” These are the places that when we interact with, we feel most at ease. This body of work explores some of our most childlike tendencies of playing with nature. Many children tie blades of grass around their fingers and pretend they are wearing rings. It is a common practice to make necklaces or crowns out of flowers to adorn their bodies as they play make believe. Exploring exposed root structures and running finger tips over fuzzy moss brings excitement and self-discovery! These simple moments leave an imprint in us. These are the moments that are truly more precious than gold or silver.