There are always two of them

You remember when I showed you this swan? I bought it at a Salvation Army store to store my rings. In fact, there were two swans, and I bought the one most suitable for that purpose.

Then yesterday I was passing the same shop again and I saw that other swan standing lonely in the store window. And suddenly I got all sentimental and thought that swans always come in pairs for a reason. And how they’re maybe missing each other (yeah, I know!..). So I bought that other “useless” swan too, and now they’re reunited.

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7 Responses to There are always two of them

  1. Jennie says:

    So lovely :) They go very well together, you can see that they belong together. Very good of you to purchase the other one too :)

  2. Barbara says:

    So cute! I love the “uselessness” of these swans, and they go so well together!
    Very nice indeed :)

  3. Araceli Estrada says:

    Oh that is so sweet! They look really nice together. They look like they belong together. I am sure you will find some use for it.

  4. Meredith says:

    The new swan is not useless at all. It is there to give companionship to the other. That’s one of the most important things one can do for another. We all need a certain amount of companionship, that’s why we have pets, friends, families, acquaintances etc. And the new swan gives YOU pleasure, no small reason in this world of ours today. The swans add a simple pleasure to you each time you see them and we all know how much the small simple pleasures add to each day of our lives.

  5. Rucha says:

    I always think that things like that are meant to be together.
    Plus think on the bright side, now if you run out of space to store your rings you have some more space!

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