Schools celebrate "Read Across America Day" on or around March 2, the birthday of Dr. Seuss. The kindergarten class of the Ellisville First Assembly Academy invited me over for breakfast today for the occasion. In honor of Dr. Seuss they were having green eggs and ham. I went and I am so glad that I did. It was a little weird putting green eggs in my mouth but they tasted fine. Plus we had chocolate milk. I can wash almost anything down with good chocolate milk!
I put a little ketchup on the green eggs so I would have an excuse to sing, "It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas..."
We ate and laughed and had a great time. When it was time to go back to class, the kids wanted me to stay and do school work. The thought of going back to my school days had me breaking out in hives so I said goodbye and rushed back to the BoggsMobile!
Thanks for inviting me to take part! I love Dr. Seuss books and I loved the breakfast and spending time with you all!
I enjoyed eating green eggs and ham with Emma Grace, Dalton, Ryleigh, and Anna Rachel. I tried green eggs and ham, Sam I am. I ate them at school and I thought they were cool!