It’s a good thing when we decide to make friends with our childhood fears and phobias. They can cause us to miss out on some really good stuff.
If you know any kids — or ever were one — you know that little folks have a funny way of deciding for no particular reason they don’t like something. My oldest nephew had an aversion to people with anything on their heads. He didn’t like hats, caps, hoods, bonnets or hair curlers and not just on his head. He didn’t like them on anybody else’s head either. And if you were wearing any of them, he wouldn’t have anything to do with you until you had removed the offensive items.