Have you ever been so exhausted that you could hardly form sentences? I am at that point (and it’s only Tuesday!), so instead of a new post in honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday, I am “reblogging” my very first Dr. Seuss post from March 2013–eight years ago! Bonus: The kiddie art in the post put a smile on my face and helped me find the energy for these few sentences. 😉 Have a fun week!
Did you celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2nd? Did you pick up a book in his honor? I have been having a lot of fun reviewing Dr. Seuss’s books and enjoying the zany and just plain strange art he created. I hosted my third annual “Dr. Seuss’s Birthday” swap on swap-bot just to get some adults involved in my obsession with Dr. Seuss, so a few of us had a little fun sending each other flat-themed packages based on Theodor Geisel’s children’s literature. My partner will receive a bunch of cool Dr. Seuss-inspired items–“The Cat in the Hat” swap cards, sparkly stickers, the Yertle the Turtle story, a book suggestion, two bookmarks and this postcard I found on ebay:
“Find the Cat in the Hat Today”
This is actually an ad card for HarperCollins Publishers, but it doesn’t really look like one. It was designed and printed by…
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5 thoughts on “Happy (Belated) Birthday, Dr. Seuss: Postcards and Kid Art (+ Freebies)”
Yup, been there: rest up!
Naps are my friend when I am exhausted
Taking a break would help and get some rest. 🤗
Blessings to you and all the other exhausted folks who – by some means or other – are working, parenting, and finding any bandwidth whatsoever for ANY kind of creative expression.
I am truly in awe.
Prayers for rest, and quiet. Today I walked into the other room to start a short conversation. But they were talking, and I decided I was too tired to wait, and it was really not important after all. No really, I thought that to myself. Haha. Prayers sent your way. 🙂