When Sarah Robins was in college, Professor John Morgan told her, “Sarah Robins, you’re going to have to do something to make people remember your name.” Take a Southern double name like Sarah Robins, add a maiden name and a married name on top, and you've got yourself one long name. 

So she decided to treat her mark as a metaphor for her name: Sarah means “Princess,” and Robins basically shouted, “Draw a bird!” Her cousin Kathryn used to call her Princess Bird when they were little, and what’s a better direction than that?