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Day 189: Leftovers

Sometimes the large featherless beings eat a dish they call “leftovers.”

Oddly, these dishes always seem to taste exactly like the ones they served the day before. 66 more words

Shannon Cutts

The God of Sun

He’s Ra, my cockatiel. Very noisy when something’s bothering him, but despite that, he’s a really funny and intelligent bird, you can almost read his personality through his eyes..

Day 187: Easter!

For some beings (mostly the ones without feathers), the arrival of Easter annually holds great religious or spiritual significance.

For other beings (with feathers), it is obvious what – who – this holiday is really all about. 108 more words

Shannon Cutts

Day 186: Neck Feathers

Neck feathers are an important part of every day.

They are so important, as a matter of fact, that the paparazzi are given very limited access to document your private neck feather scratching sessions. 87 more words

Shannon Cutts

Day 183: Death to Q-tips

Every being has preferences.

For instance, when you have no feathers, you might prefer a computer keyboard that is free from cockatiel poop.

(Weird, but there you have it.) 172 more words

Shannon Cutts

Day 182: King of the Cage

Little kids enjoy playing a game called “King of the Mountain.”

They think it is fun to scamper up a hill and fight off marauders so they can claim the hill for their very own. 196 more words

Shannon Cutts

Day 180: Herding

Being small and feathery gives you many natural gifts – including leadership abilities.

In a group, others instinctively look to you for guidance.

Just the way you present and conduct yourself gives you natural authority. 90 more words

Shannon Cutts