A little bibliophile humor today in honor of the birthday of Peter Mark Roget (1779-1869), author of Roget’s Thesaurus of English Words and Phrases Classified and Arranged so as to Facilitate the Expression of Ideas and Assist in Literary Composition.
via Happy [cheery, merry, joyful, jocular, gleeful] birthday, Peter — bluebird of bitterness
Bluebird, you had me at happy! Let’s all celebrate (commemorate, observe, mark, keep, honor, remember, memorialize) the clever Roget and his thesaurus.
via Sunday funnies — bluebird of bitterness
You should see the other ones! I also appreciate the theme….
You must check out the Bluebird‘s post for the cleverest connections of cat photos to literature. My faves are “Macbeth” and “Little Women.” Teachers could use this idea to spark interest, compare-and-contrast, and book conversations! The one below is “Bambi,” of course.
via Happy Caturday — literary edition — bluebird of bitterness
You gotta love this sweet kid who sews bears for sick kids. Perhaps your child may be inspired, too!
Video post by @bitterbluebird.
Source: Pinpricks of light amid the darkness
This is hilarious! I wonder how long it took them to perfect this? Click and enjoy!
If your dream career is conducting a symphony orchestra, you might want to reconsider. Aleksey Igudesman, Sebastian Gürtler, and the Upper Austrian Youth Orchestra demonstrate:
Source: One more profession rendered obsolete
Bluebird of Bitterness never disappoints! Enjoy her latest Caturday pics!
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