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Kate Nelson, Humans of Flint Hill

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If I’ve never met you before, what do I have to know about you?

“I typically come off as quiet or shy, but, once you get to know me, I open up a lot more. I’m a really happy person. I like creative writing, and I’m the Editor-in-Chief of the Lit Mag. I enjoy hanging out with my friends and being around people. I also love to have fun. I’m on the cross country team, which is sometimes really unfortunate because the workouts are hard, but I’m really happy I did it in high school because it has helped me become friends with people I wouldn’t have been friends with if I hadn’t done it.”

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