Posted On Jun 20 2014 Storytelling is such an important aspect to our culture and communities. Passing down knowledge, experiences, and giggle worthy antics is not only insight to what day to day life was like in someone else’s shoes, but also a way to connect the generations. Word Vomit was a great excuse to gather together and share tales of seventh grade speeches, trips to grandmother’s house, and the best senior prank this side of Saint Louis. We appreciate everyone who came out to the Kitchen Pass to share some serious laughter as well as support Art Feeds Programming in the Fall. Keep telling stories and learn from each other. Whether it’s a sunburned bum or a paint covered shirt of your dad’s- there’s always a lesson to take away. What’s your favorite childhood story?