A happy media: Igrew up in a rather nomadic family. We were always moving. I can’t say we were ever

Conversely, this upbringing did foster independence. It honed my imagination which was so vital to a young lad with severe dyslexia that would remain undiagnosed until high school. In the formative years, writing or reading was all but futile and a constant reminder that I was ‘challenged.’ As a result, media (TV and radio) was a salvation since it was an easily accessible audio-visual. It became the continuing thread no matter where we were. Distant background media in another room still trigger childhood memories of being alone in my own world while my sister incessantly played a David Cassidy record that wafted under my door or the convivial sounds of music that rose up through the floor

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