Penelope the Fish graced this earth with her presence for only a short time; one day. Her gold scales shone and her beady eyes darted from side to side with as much grace as one can allow to a goldfish. Her characteristics included peacefulness, a remarkable ability of blowing bubbles underwater, and the refusal to eat the pink flakes of food that were so generously sprinkled on the surface of her home. One can not decide whether she died of shock or of natural causes. Yet in the goldfish hall of fame, her fin-print will always be reguarded with reverence.

Out with the pickle jar, in with the fish bowl: