Here. It’s good for what ails you, no matter what that might be.
And if you’re ailment-free?
Well, then it’s even better.That clip never fails to bring a smile to my face — partially because of the subject matter, I suspect. Partially because of the effervescence and infectious humor of the Sherman Brothers’ tune. And partially because Ed Wynn is such a favorite of mine.
But mostly, it’s because Dick Van Dyke always reminds me of my dad. And there’s almost no one who can make me smile as quickly and as reliably as my dad.