You were a kid!
We were all kids, once, however surprising it may be–and perhaps even more surprisingly, we were each the very same person, at least in some ways, then, as we are now. This week, in 800 words or fewer, tell us a story from your childhood that captures who you are. Feel free to reflect on continuity, change, and the passage of time in your essay, but no need. It could also just be a great story. We are looking forward to reading your short, revelatory memoirs!
Essays are due Wednesday, May 20 at 3 pm CST, to Chicagophilosophynightowls@gmail.com.