Happiness Runs in a cir-cue-yar Motion

A few days ago my sister-in-law Jenny sent me a video of my 3-year-old nephew playing his grandpa’s electric guitar and singing Donovan’s “Happiness Runs in a Circular Motion,” only he pronounced “circular” “cir-cue-yar.” It was cute and brilliant and the chorus of that song has been in my head, on repeat, for two days straight, including pronouncing circular, “cir-cue-yar.”

This morning while I walked around Seward Park the musical ear worm was with me. I love the park, especially very early when there aren’t too many people there. At 7am this morning, the park…

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