A Word from the Cat in the Hat
I’m in the middle of a lifestyle transition, have four books to read by January for a contest I’m judging, blogging three times a week for American Profile magazine, getting ready for Christmas, enjoying my youngest daughter and her family, preparing to move into an apartment for which I need furniture, and am trying to cope with a dog that has decided a grandson’s room is a nice place to poop.
Pepper’s done the dirty deed twice, but I think it’s been because I haven’t been up to our normal long walks. The physical therapist I visited Monday said it was a hip impingement.
I’m getting physical therapy and doing exercises for the leg so hopefully things will be back to normal soon. In the meantime, Pepper and I have been taking a lot of short walks to solve the problem. I sure hope so because my new apartment is a third-story walk-up.
So, for the remainder of the year, I’m going to rely on some of my favorite people to help me out. Today it’s Dr. Seuss, whose advice I’ve enjoyed for a long, long time. Here are three of my favorite Seuss quotes.
“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself, any direction you choose.”
“So the writer who breeds more words than he needs, is making a chore for the readers who reads.”
“Today you are you, that’s truer than true. There’s no one alive who is youer than you.”
Book Report: We’re not going to say any more about this until Jan. 1, 2013.
Bean’s Pat: Transplanted Tatar http://tinyurl.com/ayyyn4r A Glimpse of Paradise, or more specifically, the landscape that has claimed a piece of my soul.