LAST MAY as I was giving a recorder lesson to my eight- and nine-year-old music students, one of them asked, "What's that on your thumb?" I had struggled with a wart on this thumb for about a year, and the thickened skin around it caused me a great deal of discomfort. At that time, I had a busy schedule teaching music full-time at two elementary schools in Vancouver.
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