Somewhere being obsessed with the ocean and watching a lot of movies… I made this little doodle:
I can actually say I have felt like a bird that fell in love with a fish at some point in my life. And well, we never figured it out.. so I fly, and he swims and we don’t ever ever cross paths.
I don’t know if it ever could have worked. And I guess since the sky is full of opportunities there is no real reason to think about it.
But I’d like to imagine the fish and the bird in the doodle can totally figure it out. Don’t you?
And where does this phrase come from? Does it show up in more than “Fiddler on the Roof” and “Ever After”?
2 thoughts on “The Bird and the Fish”
I immediately thought of “Ever After” . . . ‘Then I shall have to make you wings.’
Because even though I am the biggest cynic as far as my own life (with good reason), I still want and believe in the happy ending for everyone I know and love.
Especially on this day, which happens to be my parents’ 43 wedding anniversary. Thank you for this right now, today. ♡
Oh my goodness! 43 years!
That is the most magical thing I have heard this week.
I’m glad that you enjoyed the drawing, and I hope someday to be as lucky as your parents