Seuss anyone?

As I think about the challenge beginning tomorrow, there’s something about the theme that makes my brows furrow.

“What is it” I think to myself as I ponder, “about the alphabet that makes my mind wander?”  I’ve started to think of the world around me as prose, “Could I use you as the alphabet?  Subject matter?  Who knows!”

I know this sounds silly to some, even me, but there’s something about thinking of things as “A, B and C”.  It brings me back to my childhood.  That’s for sure.  It gets my mind playing and rhyming.  Immature?

But then I think to myself, “What’s the matter?  Seuss made it fun.  Why not you?  Cut the chatter.”

So perhaps you’ll see a little Seuss-type of rhyming, about gardens and cooking or perhaps just on timing.

I’ll apologize now to those who find it annoying, for the rest of us, know I’ll be playing or just toying.

I’ll use the next month to experiment with prose and with pictures and recipes and more I suppose.

So bear with me these next twenty-six days as we go, whether you’re hating or enjoying, I hope you sift through, to find something of value whether it’s old or it’s new.

I may not be Seuss and I may not be M. Stewart but the good things I’ll bring will have substance to it.

So for now, until later, I bid you ado.  Have a pleasant afternoon and evening too.

For tomorrow it begins, and I must not be late, for A happens only once on April Fools Day.  Is it fate?


2 Comments to “Seuss anyone?”

  1. I bid you, adieu, too.

    Wasn’t worried before your shared your … trepidation?

    Not worried now.

    monogon, digon (Diagon Alley, only two directions — frwrd & back), trigon, tetragon, pentagon, hexagon, heptagon, octagon, nonagon, decagon, hendecagon,

    Never study Organic Chemistry. The alkane and alkene naming convention stick ….

    Good luck! It’ll be great, Kate!


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