* Cats in literature

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.

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* Pinpricks of light amid the darkness

You gotta love this sweet kid who sews bears for sick kids.  Perhaps your child may be inspired, too!

Video post by @bitterbluebird.

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* One more profession rendered obsolete

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:

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* Happy Caturday — bluebird of bitterness

You’ll be sorry if you don’t watch this short and hilarious video.  These two have a delightful relationship.  I laughed out loud.  It reminds me of some folks I know!  Teachers and parents can learn from this duo. so there’s an educational benefit to watching, as well.  

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* Scientists slowly reintroducing small group of normal, well-adjusted humans into society

Just what the doctor ordered….  Thanks, Bluebird of Bitterness, for sharing this cutting edge scientific endeavor.

From The Onion. ITHACA, NY—In an ambitious attempt to revive a population long considered to be on the brink of extinction, scientists announced Friday they have slowly begun to reintroduce normal,…

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