Wednesday, March 2, 2022

Wacky Wednesday

It's the anniversary of Dr. Seuss' birthday, and since he was a favorite of ours when our kids were young, I thought I'd pay tribute with a memory of his book called Wacky Wednesday. It always made us laugh, and helped us learn to laugh when silly things happened to us, too.

He wrote it as Theo. LeSieg, in 1974. The book is about a boy who finds all sorts of crazy, wacky things happening to him, like an airplane flying backward, and a shoe on a ceiling. It was fun to notice and count the accumulating number of wacky things as the story progressed.

Have you had wacky things happen to you some days?

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