(Weightless) Connie and the Skyfish


As Skyfish were a frail, endangered species, Connie continued her research to protect them as she floated through her conservation area. The mysterious creatures recognized her kindness and came in droves. There, both Connie and the Skyfish were able to gambol and frolic in safety. She wished to do all she could for those that bestowed her with such utter bliss.


See Connie and the Skyfish.

Name originEdit

Connie is an English female first name, and is also used as a surname. It is considered a pet form of English and French Constance and other names beginning with Con. Used as an independent name since the 18th century. Derived from Latin constare meaning "to withstand" or constantis "steadfast, constant". It is occasionally a masculine name, a diminutive of English, Dutch and German Cornelius (Latin cornu "horn") or English and German Conrad (Germanic elements kuoni "brave" and rad "counsel").

Additional InfoEdit

Artwork by Marat Ars.

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