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Tag Archives: Dr. Seuss
If you are a bookworm, here are the ten things I know about you that I don’t know about the other readers I meet. Continue reading
I’ve always been madly in love with Dr. Seuss books. Their cadence is amazing, their rhyming stupendous. And, when I’m stuck in my writing, there’s nothing that will jiggle my creative writer like There’s a Wocket in My Pocket. (I’m not … Continue reading
This time last year, in honor or Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2nd, the Undie-verse spoke to me through a certain Etsy knitter in Lithuania! Note: The original post, with all it’s glorious Undie links, can be found here. This ingenious creator of … Continue reading