A Letter to My Kids

Advice on creativity and following your dreams.

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By Wayne David Hubbard, Jr.

One December day, five years ago, I found two notes on my writing desk. The notes were from my daughter and son. They were 6 years old and 9 years old at the time. They had questions for me, their father.

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