If We Were Having Coffee…3/7/20-Springing Ahead With Dr Seuss

Hello friends! Welcome! Come in and sit and let me pour you a cup of something nice and hot to help ward off the bitter March winds.

Let’s catch up.

If we were having coffee…I would ask you how your week has been? Mine seemed very long. I’m afraid that this month in general will feel very long. Not being a winter person, by March I’m really missing the sun and the ability to open windows. Also, I’m really sick of my warm weather clothes and am ready for short sleeves and light material. Maybe “springing” the clocks forward this weekend will help.

This week at school we celebrated the magical Dr Seuss with Read Across America. Each day was a different theme, silly sock day, crazy hat day, and the favorite, Wacky Wednesday where everyone is suppose to have wild hair-dos and wear their clothes mismatched or backwards. The students came up with some really creative outfits and hair styles for that day. One little kindergartener even had her hair in the shape of a donut complete with icing and a plate! I don’t generally take part in this though because I feel after the age of fifity, Wacky Wednesday looks more like the begining senility. I mean I spend time checking each morning to make sure my clothes actually do match, that I have on the same color socks and the same shoes. Some of you ladies get that, right? Anyway, the students enjoyed it.

With that in mind, I’ll leave you with one of my favorite “Seussism” (there are so many good ones to choose from!)

“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who’ll decide where to go…”
Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

So thanks for stopping by. Now go be A GREAT YOU and have a wonderful day.

And also make sure to GO to visit EclecticAli our Coffee Share Host so you can experience some extra adventures.


5 thoughts on “If We Were Having Coffee…3/7/20-Springing Ahead With Dr Seuss

  1. That brings back memories! As the oldest of seven children, I ended up reading all the Dr. Seuss books in our village library to every one of my younger siblings. I think that each of us had many of them down word for word at the end of their appeal.

    Our week is starting out quite relaxed and low key, being retired and able to determine our own schedules. The puppies and I are having a late dinner, since the three of us slept away most of the afternoon curled up in the recliner.

    Best wishes for your week!

  2. I think therein lies a solution to overcoming the eccentric behaviours of old age (read that as senility) “pretend” everyday is a wacky Dr Seuss themed day!!!!


    • Excellent idea! The next time I accidently mismatch my socks I’ll just claim that I thought it was Wacky Wednesday!

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