Tuesday, April 8, 2014

#atozchallenge - Stormy's Letter G!

Stormy the Weather Gnome
Presents

26 Things That Gnomes Can Do
But You Can't 



Guardians

Gnomes can protect lawns and gardens from unwanted visitors.





It's true, but what happens in the backyard, stays in the backyard.






Guaranteed.





19 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Just be careful where you dig...

Rob Z Tobor said...

YICKS . . . . Stormy just got a whole lot scarier.

Tamara Narayan said...

Stormy, are you sure guns are the way to go? I always thought of you more of a double sided axe kind of guy. ;)

Liz said...

Hehe! We found an old gnome (it's tiny) in the back garden, buried. It was ancient, and had lost its colours completely - pure white it is. It sits on my kitchen windowsill now in comfort, but can see the back garden, just so, you know, it can still protect us.

Liz http://www.lizbrownleepoet.com

Joanne said...

giggle

too good

Cathrina Constantine said...

Hahaa...I need a gnome...

Tony Laplume said...

I'm scared of Stormy now. Just a little.

TheCyborgMom said...

Stormy is packing heat! Nice :)

Christine Rains said...

Hehehe! To be in Stormy's backyard. Oh the adventures!

randi lee said...

Woah, there, Stormy! Have a permit for all those guns?? Very cute, as always :)

DayDreamer said...

My goodness, isn't Stormy a busy gnome? I've just gone back and seen his past few days deeds. Is Stormy using those guns as protection? He's not in some racket, is he?

M. J. Joachim said...

TMI!!! TMI!!!

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Fe said...

Hah! What happens in the backyard stays in the backyard.

Too awesome...

Tyrean Martinson said...

Alex - lol.
Stormy - I'll be careful where I step.

Thanks for the smile today.

Erica Gore said...

You are starting to scare me, Stormy. Is that an evil side of you I see?

Carolyn Brown said...

Witty! I am a bit worried about what goes on in the backyard stays in the backyard. Makes me wonder what goes on in yours? ha, ha. only joking.

Heather M. Gardner said...

Alex – I wouldn’t recommend it. (he he he)

Rob – That’s pretty hard to do. Thanks for coming!

Tamara – Ha! Nice. An axe is good for hand to hand. Guns are just for distance. : )

Liz – Awesome. I’d love to see a picture of him!

Joanne – Thank you! Glad we could humor you today!

Cathrina – Yes. Yes, you do. : ) Thanks for coming!

Tony – I bet you could still take him. He can’t turn very fast. : )

TheCyborgMom – He’s got our backs. I think. I hope.

Christine – They could be marvelous!

randi lee – Thank you! Thanks for coming to see us today!

DayDreamer – Like a badminton racket? No comment. : ) TY!

M. J. – Ha! I don’t think you scare that easy. : )

Fe – Awww. Thanks for saying so! TY!

Tyrean – You are very welcome. Thanks for coming by!

Erica – He’s not really good or evil as much as he’s just a gnome. : )

Carolyn – That was my backyard! It’s all good. Safety first! : )

HMG

Gilligan Maryanne said...

THANK you for the smile on this so cute, I love gnomes :)

Patricia Lynne said...

o.O I shall enter gardens respectfully. I really don't want to irritate a gnome. It doesn't sound wise.

~Patricia Lynne~
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