It’s O.K. to let out your inner kid

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When the actor Gene Wilder passed away a few years ago I played the candy man song on repeat. It was always one of my favorites and reminds me of a classic movie. I started singing along and hummed the tune throughout the day.

There’s a child in all of us but for some reason we are afraid to let him out. Sometimes as adults we act silly and then we quickly compose ourselves, afraid that others will…

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People are interesting things. I write about them and what makes them interesting.

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