My kids LOVED Dr. Seuss. Especially The Lorax, Cat in the Hat, and The Sneetches.
"So all we could do was to
And we did not like it.
Not one little bit."
My three-year-old granddaughter's first ride into Orlando FL, and her experiences with these beloved characters, brought it all back. It was wonderful dipping into those memories.
Nostalgia and the Six of Cups
Many decks use variations on the RWS idea of unspoiled innocence in the garden of childhood.
L to R: Dreaming Way, Maat, Shadowscapes, Buckland Romani
Others keep the theme of childlike play using animals or other non-human creatures.
L to R: Inner Child, Cat's Eye, Victorian Fairy, Animal Wisdom
There's an aura of wistfulness in these reminiscences, and perhaps a tinge of regret.
L to R: Druidcraft, AnnaK, Art of Life, Dark Grimoire
Even the children look thoughtful in these decks.
L to R: Bohemian Gothic, Klimt, Legacy of the Divine, Steampunk
There's work going on with the element of Water in these Sixes. No free ride here!
L to R: Bruegel, Mystical Cats, Housewives, Sidhe
L to R: Gaian, Herbal, Fantastic Menagerie, Zirkus Magi
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Have a look around!