March 10, 2012
These little Ikhthus swim in and out of all kinds of dangerous waters, but, they always seem to successfully avoid predators.
February 27, 2012
The “Once Bitten,” ICHTHUS have seen the tougher side of life. They swim in calmer pools and spend much time in prayer. Many “Once Bitten” fish also pursue a contemplative life style after repenting from their former vices.
A "Once Bitten Turquoise," by Kathy Grimm
A "Once Bitten Red," by Kathy Grimm
A "Once Bitten Blue," by Kathy Grimm
February 2, 2012
Canadian Ichthys are from, well, Canada. They prefer most things Canadian: Canadian food, Canadian customs, Canadian sports, etc… Canadian Ichthys are predictably found in Canadian waters. Oh, and they also like maple trees found near lakes, streams and river beds, because, they are Canadian.
Canadian Fish by Kathy Grimm
January 30, 2012
The allusive fish swims in deep, cold waters. These little Ichthys don’t frequent church except on holidays i.e. Christmas and Easter. When questioned about the behavior, they say that it is too far to swim. Because “allusive” fish are seldom seen, we are not quite sure how many color variations they come in.
The "allusive" fish by Kathy Grimm
January 30, 2012
Tuxedo fish are very “high brow” fish. They prefer The Liturgy and enjoy looking at stained glass windows, even on their vacations. Tuxedo Ichthys can only be found in either black and white colors or monochromatic color combinations; this is because any colors not suitable to very formal occasions are embarrassing or in “bad taste.”
Tuxedo Fish by Kathy Grimm
- Tuxedo Fish by Kathy Grimm
January 29, 2012
The “Cowboys For Jesus,” fish travel in big, happy schools. They are rarely alone and love to sing in harmony with any other Ichthys if given the opportunity. They are mostly found in Western streams but sometimes they will swim in foreign waters just for fun. They are always looking for a good time and never miss the opportunity to attend church dinners, ice cream socials and church events in general. This little fellow is lonely right now. He needs to be with other fish in order to feel at ease.
"Cowboys for Jesus" fish by Kathy Grimm