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24 with ’24: Daisy Henderson

Courtesy of Daisy Henderson
Senior Daisy Henderson releases her bowling ball.

Daisy Henderson is a senior who is very involved here at Alder. She is on the varsity golf, bowling, and softball teams. She also goes to Tolles Career & Technical Center for construction. We sat down with Henderson as part of our 24 with ‘24 interview series. 

Q: What’s your favorite memory of your time at Alder?

A: My favorite memory is probably any time I get to go bowling; it’s my favorite sport and I like the girls on the team. 

Q: What are three things you can’t live without?

A:  My family, my phone, and probably coffee.  

Q: What’s one thing people don’t know about you?

A:  I like to draw a lot. Not many people really know that. 

Q: How would you define yourself in three words?

A: Enthusiastic, outgoing, and talkative. 

Q: What was your last dream?

A: My last dream, I was at the store with my mom and I was with my brother too. He had gotten kidnapped or something and we had spent the whole next month looking for him. He ended up just showing back up at my house.  

Q:  Best piece of advice you’ve received?

A: My cheer coach when I was little told me “don’t do something until you get it right, do something until you can’t get it wrong” and I kind of live by that. 

Q: If you made a documentary, what would it be about and why?

A: Probably about people’s social lives and how people kind of interact in different ways and situations. I feel like that would be interesting.  

Q: Last piece of content you consumed that made you cry?

A: I just watched “The Notebook” the other day. I love that movie, but it’s so sad. 

Q: Song you can listen to on repeat?

A: “Roulette On The Heart” by Conner Smith.

Q:If you could switch lives with someone for a day, who would it be?

A: Probably the president, just to see if I would like to hold that power for a day. 

Q: Dream country to visit?

A: I don’t know. I do want to go to Greece though so I guess that. 

Q: What’s the biggest surprise you’ve had?

A: When I was little my dogs were born, I got to come home from school one day and I had 6 puppies in my living room which was exciting. 

Q: If your life was a TV show, what song would be in the intro?

A: Anything that is hectic, because I feel like my life is always in 100 different places all the time, so anything that screams crazy. 

Q: What 3 people living or dead would you like to make dinner for?

A: Probably my grandma. She’s alive, but her cooking is always so good, so I feel like it would be cool to see. Probably my brother and my sister as well. I can do whatever and they have to eat it.

Q:The most adventurous thing you’ve done in your life?

A: I like to go creeking a lot, so I will just go out at 10 at night and go walk the creek.  

Q: What would you like to be remembered for?

A: Probably the way I make people feel. I get told a lot that I make people smile, so  I want to be remembered for that.

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Caitlyn Feay
Caitlyn Feay, Staff Writer, Editor
Caitlyn Feay is a junior and this is her third year in journalism. Caitlyn is also an editor. Outside of school, Caitlyn is in our High School treble choir. She enjoys playing and watching many sports. She plans on attending college to study either sports journalism or hospitality. Caitlyn would describe herself as geeky or preppy, which sums up her style well. She is excited to write more sports related content this year.

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