Thursday, March 2, 2017

Celebrating Dr. Seuss


For all of the creative inspiration,


thank you, Dr. Seuss!

26 comments:

  1. Dr. Seuss, my most favorite writer hands down. You got good taste McGuffy.

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  2. Happy Dr. Seuss Day everyone!

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  3. guyz...de sound card on de pea see izza P.O.S., we will tell de food gurl ta chex out de "25" two nite frum her fone !!! ☺☺☺♥♥♥

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  4. Well Happy Dr. Seuss Day! May his descendants never go hungry. I don't know of a family who hasn't read at least some of his books to their children.

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  5. I learned 25 new things I didn't know about Dr Seuss. My kids,and grandkids all loved his books and so did I.
    Happy Dr Seuss Day everyone.
    HUGS, Julia

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    1. Dr. Seuss really contributed to the world. Hugs.

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  6. I am a major fan, and your opening great is perfect for right now! Thank you for this fun post!

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    1. I am not surprised. Thanks. I love him still.

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  7. The Lorax was my favorite book of his.

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  8. Enduring always. A true well loved favorite.

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  9. What a great video. I learned lots of things about Dr. Seuss that I didn't know. Annie, please accept my apologies for being so out of it. I am still ridiculously sick with this awful crud. All the constant coughing is really wearing me out. I did get your e-mail. I can't believe you are sending me something with all you have going on. You are a dear friend. How are Maggie and Chloe Jo doing? I pray you are starting to feel better. Sending lots of love and hugs, Janet

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    1. I am still coughing, too! Chloe Jo is doing okay, thank God. Maggie...we are worried.Thanks, sweet friend.

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  10. I am a little late here at your blog but Happy Dr. Seuss Day! Cool videeoh... learn something new every day, thankfully!

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  11. He wasn't actually a Dr? I did not know that. I assumed it was children's psychology or something - ha. And to think he never had any of his own. Well I consider him a poet none the less. :)

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