This is a cheerful, optimistic, witty card! A big bluebird sits on a branch of a flowering tree, inviting good tidings.
The bluebird is a life-affirming symbol of love, happiness, inspiration, and the beauty of a joyful heart. This is a charming card for a birthday, for love, for friendship, get well card, for tweeting an announcement. [The bluebird is the symbol of Twitter.] Give this card to a friend obsessed with Twitter, or a bird watcher, or anyone who loves angels, nature and birds.
It happened on one of those Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah days.
Now that’s the kind of day when you can’t open your mouth
Without a song jumping right out of it.
My oh my what a wonderful day.
Plenty of sunshine headed my way
Mister blue birds on my shoulder.
It’s the truth.
Everything is satisfactual.
The bluebird carries the sky on his back. ~Henry David Thoreau
There’s a bluebird in my heart that wants to get out. ~Charles Bukowski
If happy little bluebirds fly beyond the rainbow, why or why can’t I? ~L. Frank Baum, sung by Judy Garland
Blue skies, Smiling at me. Nothing but blue Skies.
Do I see Bluebird Singing a song?
Nothing but bluebirds all day long. ~Irving Berlin
I could tweet before Twitter.
I love it when strangers smile at me and I smile back, and we have that nice stranger smiling moment.
Angels take the form of bluebirds to bring you messages to lift your spirits.
Bluebirds are angels by another name. ~Presley Love, Universe of Symbolism
Bluebird in Native American folklore:
Among some Native Americans, it has mythological or literary significance.
According to the Cochiti tribe, the firstborn son of Sun was named Bluebird.
The Navajo identify mountain bluebirds as spirits in animal form, associated with the rising sun. This song is sung to remind tribe members to wake at dawn and rise to greet the sun:
Bluebird said to me,
“Get up, my grandchild.
It is dawn,” it said to me.