Three Birds and a Cloud – a Name Change

Students with Birds blog began on a whim in late 2012 and has grown to be something I’m quite proud of. While I love that name and what it represented, it is true no longer! I’ve graduated, no longer a student, of course, and have been left ruminating over ideas for longer than I’d like to admit. No name seemed quite right.

Obviously, I needed something catchy. I’m not a terribly serious person, even if I do write about serious topics – and so I wanted a name that reflected this. Enter 2018. Although I don’t talk about it much, my health has deteriorated with a frustrating, unknown illness, eventually reaching the point where I realised that I would benefit from a service dog. I did the usual amount of research for me (a lot), and chose my dog: A Samoyed. Someone quickly joked that “clouds” were not allowed as service dogs. And there was the inspiration I’d needed.

Three birds and a cloud.

Fear not. This blog’s topics and content will stay the same, but the new name reflects how my life has changed. I think it’s a little more memorable, too! I’ve incorporated a new look as well to go along with this overhaul.

So please bear with me, friends and followers, as I attempt to sort out ALL of the name changes that go along with this! There may be some issues accessing old posts. That, too, should hopefully be resolved soon.

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Celestial Parrotlet “Ptak.”

-Sarah and the flock

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  1. New here. I’m getting a Parrotlet next week and am so excited. I lost my Green Cheek Conure a year ago and have not been able to get another Bird till now. I look forward to your posts. Your experience and your wisdom. Please take of yourself. My prayers are with you.

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