What emerges when a child’s mind edits the jumble of new and confusing personal experiences it encounters? For most of us, memories are precious because they are vivid and scarce, but for some, these frozen moments can be chilling mysteries, less emblematic than enigmatic. This body is a personal response to moments too fleeting to remember and too overwhelming to forget. For the human brain, there’s no such thing as forgetting. Some aspects of memory and processing change as people become older. I began this series with questions about my own childhood memories, incidents that occurred, and how my mind perceived them as happening.