What would you do if you were a successful career woman and married the perfect man only to discover that he would never leave the cozy comfortable nest of his mother's home and without notice, due to unforeseeable physical circumstances, you're forced to be dependent on him like an exotic bird, raised by a nine year old child happily playing part-time house with his Barbie Doll/trophy wife? What if the ONLY solution you could find almost 12 years later was to rescue an endangered parrot in a similar situation, rehabilitate her to make her strong and self-supportive, document and publish her progress, establish a non-profit organization and in turn, bring internationally famous artists, sculptures, poets, singer-songwriters and vineyards together to turn the spotlight away from you and onto this spokesbird and a deeper global cause about fighting against poverty, trafficking and spousal abuse? P.S. BUhrdd is a true hero, not just for parrots in her situation but for all women, who without good reason become the pawn of men unable to sufficiently provide for their family. P.S. sheds light on the true meaning of what it is to be thankful for the holiday seasons and all year round. For her, it's about having a solid roof over your head, good food to fill your belly and most importantly, the unconditional love and courage that a once physically disabled woman bestows on her to make their treasured dreams become a miraculous reality.