A favorite mug, now empty, that a loved one used to sip tea from.
A notebook full of scribbles from a dream job that ended in a layoff.
A child’s backpack, that never saw the inside of her Kindergarten classroom.
As part of a project to memorialize the lives — and livelihoods — of all that has been lost in the pandemic, The New York Times is asking readers to submit photos of objects that remind you of what you personally have lost during this time.
Read more about this project and submit your Objects of Remembrance at https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/19/well/share-objects-of-remembrance.html