Thursday, March 1, 2012

Thankful Seussday

It's just like Thankful Thursday, but with Seuss stuck in the name did you see what I just did there?  Oh, and  remember that regardless of his horrendous personal behavior, he wrote some damn good children's books.  Just don't give him your money if you believe every baby deserves the right to be born and therefore possibly read any of those books.

Read Dr. Seuss.
Read him to the kids in your life.
Read him to yourself.
Read him when you are down, and when you are up.
Read him for the silly rhymes.
Read him to see the deeper meaning.
Read him to  forget the world outside.
Read him to remember it.
Read him to laugh.
Read him to ponder.
Read him to remember that people can change.
Read him to become a child again.
Read him to be a better grown up.
Read him to become tongue tied.
Read him to untie your tongue.
Read him to remember that life begins at conception, that
         Hitler was evil, that you shouldn't let strange Cats
         into your house when your mother is out.
Read him to make new friends.
Read him to rekindle old friendships.
Read him to practice rhyming.
Read him to understand the beautiful thing that is the English language.
Read Dr. Seuss.

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When was the last time you read your favorite Dr. Seuss book?

1 comment:

  1. Or just listen to your three-year-old nephew read him. Seriously, "A person's a person, no matter how small" is even better in the voice of a child. :)