So long lives this, and this gives life to thee

Our birthday celebration for the Bard was a huge success! (The only mishap: I dropped my camera, and it broke.) Thank you to our wonderful speakers: journalist Kim Hackett and editor Camille Cline. Thank you to our honored guests: Mrs. Chonody, Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. Mercurio, Mrs. Piteo, and Fr. John. Thank you to our parent caterers! We are already planning for the 450th birthday next year.

Imagine the entire world celebrating your birthday in the year 2463. What would people do at your birthday party?

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2 thoughts on “So long lives this, and this gives life to thee

  1. Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth and her loyal subjects,

    Hear Ye! Hear Ye! It is with great pleasure that I convey to you my boundless appreciation and hearty thanks for including me in such a festive and raucous occasion! However, not only to be included but to be named an honored guest and to receive a fanfare upon my entrance was truly magical! I can’t say that I can’t remember the last time that I curtsied but curtsied I did. It seemed like the proper protocol to follow.
    How very fortunate you subjects are to live in a such a kingdom. You are truly blessed to have a Queen or as she may sometimes be called, a teacher, like Mrs. Donofrio who brings classic literature to life. Your lives will be enriched more then you will ever know
    I would love to plan a return trip to your kingdom….I shall ask the Queen when it may be convenient for me to visit and discuss my shared love for reading, writing and traveling.
    I am off next week to the Kingdom of Italy to visit with my brother who lives in Rome. I will consult with your Queen upon my return.
    Fare thee well!
    Mrs. Chonody

  2. It looked like it was a great success and the kids seemed to enjoy their day. Thanks for making it fun to learn Shakespeare!

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