Tickle Me Tuesday – Bird of Paradise

Greater Bird-of-paradise (Paradisaea apoda) ©© captive

Greater Bird-of-paradise (Paradisaea apoda) ©© captive

A glad heart makes a cheerful countenance, but by sorrow of heart the spirit is broken. (Proverbs 15:13 AMP)

Sandra Connor has again come out with a challenge. This time she is calling it “Tickle Me Tuesday,” so here is my first attempt.

This video is of Attenborough trying to film a sequence about a Greater Bird of Paradise. The bird keeps stealing the script and writing his own. It is a series of takes where the bird shows off and quiets David. From BBC.

Bird interrupts David Attenborough – Attenborough’s Paradise Birds – BBC Two

A happy heart is good medicine and a cheerful mind works healing, but a broken spirit dries up the bones. (Proverbs 17:22 AMP)

If you would like to take up the challenge, check out Sandra’s page, or you can leave a comment here with a link to your “Tickle” article. Or Both!


Tickle Me Tuesday,” Challenge by Sandra Connor

Wages or a Gift


5 thoughts on “Tickle Me Tuesday – Bird of Paradise

  1. This is so funny, and so neat. Thanks for labeling it for “Tickle Me Tuesday.” I was so late getting in last night — and so exhausted — that I didn’t get mine up ahead of time so it would be there for early posters. So, if it’s okay, I’m going to post the link to this on today’s “Tickle Me Tuesday” post so it will be there for week 2 and everyone will see it.

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      • Oh, sorry I jumped ahead, but I thought perhaps you had tried and I didn’t have mine up. I had promised to try to get mine on late Monday nights so the European bloggers would have it there when they got up, but, not only did I not get it up last night, but when I did get it up this morning, it took over an hour to get my video to work. So I thought maybe you had already tried. My plan is to get it up late Monday as a general rule. Thanks again for taking part.

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