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I Learned To Walk The Clumsy Way

But I had fun doing it while sustaining many life lessons, and lovely scars in the process.

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Childhood seems to usher a fantastic spread of memories for me, as perhaps I have fallen more than anyone I have ever known. Right smack at the ground, many jeans have been ripped apart as I fell on the ground sometimes at swooping speeds, and some were…




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