XD No barns, unfortunately. Close though, I once helped build a Maple Sugar boiling shack in fourth grade... which I suppose ties into the oatmeal.
^^ I can't say Quakerism hasn't indeed shaped my worldview quite a bit. But, I guess like a lot of people, once I got old enough to watch the news my faith began to slip a bit. I still would like to think I hold to a lot of Quaker values, though; I tend to be nonviolent, I've marched for anti-war causes, and I'd like to think I hold to my ethics pretty well.
My transfer to atheism was pretty gradual I'd say. I suppose I never really "bought" most religion, and as I said, once I was old enough to understand the news, and history, I started forming my own opinions. I've basically come to be of the opinion that, if there IS a god, which given the evidence is highly unlikely, in the words of George Carlin: "he's at least incompetent, and maybe, just maybe, doesn't give a shit". In which case, well, that's not a god, and certainly not worth anyone's time.
I've come to think that the universe literally creating itself from nothing, and then spawning us and everything else as a giant cosmic fluke, is a way cooler story than "let there be light" anyway.