Hummingbird Love – Laptop Sleeve
Hummingbird Love Laptop Sleeve showcases a Native American Woodland Flower and Hummingbird Design by Louise Isham
Carry your laptop with style! This high-quality sleeve is available in three sizes to protect your laptop from scratches and minor impacts. Printed on one side with a black backside, edging, and zip, it’s an elegant and stylish companion from day to day.
.: 100% Polyester
.: Top loading zipper
.: Black polyester back
.: NB! Always check the measurement table for the correct size choice
I have always loved these amazing little birds! Besides being beautiful, they represent various positive things and mean so much to many people around the World. In Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe Language) the word for hummingbird is nenookaasi. I have always seen the nenookaasi as a shining light spreading peace, love, and truth. In addition, they are fierce protectors and will do anything – no matter how insignificant it may seem – to protect its home.
The fox seen what was going on and asked nenookaasi what he was doing. The fox exclaimed that the dew size drop of water wasn’t doing anything and he was wasting his time. The brave little bird told the fox that he had to do something, that he had to try. Nenookaasi continued bringing drops of water to the flames, tiring but continuing. The Great Spirit noticed what the little bird was doing and came down, telling the little bird how impressed he was with him. The Great Spirit told the bird that he was giving him a special gift. A gift of speed, endurance, and beauty to accompany the many talents it already possessed. With his new gifts, nenookaasi was faster and could deliver his water quicker without getting tired. He could hover and fly in any direction avoiding the flames. The other animals were inspired by this little bird and began delivering water as well. A little by little, the edge of the fire was slowly extinguished. It may have not been a large area, but it was something. Just as the animals began to tire, rain began to pour, helping to put out the fire.