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Revitalizing That Old Neighborhood

As an adult, I may giggle a little about how silly and borderline awkward Mr. Rogers is to my sophisticated (cough) 20-something mind.

But as a kid – old Rogers was tops.

Like my husband, when I was about 3, I really thought Rogers could see me through the screen…and I was so gratified that he seemed to like me.  Mr. Rogers was a good friend of sorts to a lot of those who were kiddos in the decade of excess and – though I’ll probably snicker a bit at the deliberate way that wiry little man ties his shoes and feeds his fish – I hope he’ll inspire my kids someday, too.  I hope you fancy Boswell’s Roger’s remix – I know it’s set to music my morning lab review and our long walking rounds and even some of the internal medicine case files I’ve been reading since I first heard it!  Enjoy!


4 comments on “Revitalizing That Old Neighborhood

  1. on thehomefrontandbeyond
    June 11, 2012

    I too was sceptical of Mr. Rogers – but my kids loved him – and his gentle messages were great life lessons. Hope your kids love him too.

    • mullberrywhine
      June 11, 2012

      He is a bit odd at first but, as a quiet toddler, I connected with that on some level. I hope my children will someday, too! (On a different note, I also hope they’ll be quiet..;) ).

  2. Peace Of Iran
    June 12, 2012

    GET OUT! This is hands DOWN the best remix ever. Oh man, I loved Mr. Rogers 🙂

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