Reader of The Seussification of Life Invents a New Word: Seussism

I love receiving emails from my readers and received the following from Carol R., in Ohio:

I want you to know I just love “The Seussification of Life.” I carry it with me in my briefcase and refer to it daily. Anyway…I wanted to tell you that I invented a ‘new word’ after reading your book: Seussism. In fact, here’s one I thought of: You learn from me like I learn from you! Thanks again for your book. I just love it! I hope everyone reads it. ~Carol R., Ohio

The Seussification of Life: Daily Meditations for the Movin’ & Groovin’ Soul

Dr. Seuss, The Seussification of Life,Author Amandah Tayler Blackwell

You learn from me, like I learn from you.

There’s nothing that you or I can’t do.

So put on your thinking cap.

But not too tight so that it makes you want to take a nap.

Now sit in your favorite chair and let your imagination run wild.

You remember how, don’t you? Just like when you were a child.

There, doesn’t that make you smile?

After all of that thinking, you probably feel like you ran a mile!

Get a pen and paper and sit for a while longer.

Write down your ideas when you’re ready.

Let them flow free. This is the key.

Tomorrow, you can start the process all over again.

Perhaps you can invite a friend to join you.

After all, two minds are better than one!

Over to you. Got a Seussism you’d like to share? Leave it in the comments below.

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