%E2%80%9COne+of+my+favorite+childhood+memories+would+be%E2%80%A6+my+brother+and+I%2C+in+our+old+house%2C+where+we+grew+up.+We+had+these+woods+in+our+neighborhood+and+we+were+always+adventurous+as+kids%2C+so+we+would+just+go+and+disappear+and+have+adventures+and+play+in+the+trees+and+make+up+crazy+stories.+We+would+pretend+we+were+spies+running+away+from+the+enemy+or+just+people+living+out+in+the+woods.+We+would+make+these+crazy+plans+and+have+adventures.+and+I+don%E2%80%99t+know%2C+those+were+always+just+happy+memories+because+we+would+always+get+in+some+sort+of+trouble+but+we+would+come+out+of+it+happy.+Good+times.%22+-Gracie+Reckhemmer+%2718

“One of my favorite childhood memories would be… my brother and I, in our old house, where we grew up. We had these woods in our neighborhood and we were always adventurous as kids, so we would just go and disappear and have adventures and play in the trees and make up crazy stories. We would pretend we were spies running away from the enemy or just people living out in the woods. We would make these crazy plans and have adventures. and I don’t know, those were always just happy memories because we would always get in some sort of trouble but we would come out of it happy. Good times.” -Gracie Reckhemmer ’18

Gracie Reckhemmer ’18

“One of my favorite childhood memories would be… my brother and I, in our old house, where we grew up. We had these woods in our neighborhood and we were always adventurous as kids, so we would just go and disappear and have adventures and play in the trees and make up crazy stories. We would pretend we were spies running away from the enemy or just people living out in the woods. We would make these crazy plans and have adventures. and I don’t know, those were always just happy memories because we would always get in some sort of trouble but we would come out of it happy. Good times." -Gracie Reckhemmer '18

“One of my favorite childhood memories would be… my brother and I, in our old house, where we grew up. We had these woods in our neighborhood and we were always adventurous as kids, so we would just go and disappear and have adventures and play in the trees and make up crazy stories. We would pretend we were spies running away from the enemy or just people living out in the woods. We would make these crazy plans and have adventures. and I don’t know, those were always just happy memories because we would always get in some sort of trouble but we would come out of it happy. Good times.” -Gracie Reckhemmer ’18

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