LOL with the gnome :)betty
Thank you, Betty!
Not a fan of the squatting gnome :P I dunno, toilet humour seems to be a weak spot in my appreciation of comedy :P
Use a commode as a bird feeder?
I had a friend with four brothers that were all in the military. Two were professional army men that served multiple tours in the middle east. I bought her an "army gnome" for her yard and she LOVED it :) I don't know why, but I am a big fan of the garden gnome. Even though, I don't own any myself!You can find me here:ClarabelleRant
Hi Clarabelle. I don't have any garden gnomes but I think they're cute. I'd love to have a Minion!! My yard is a beach theme - lots of shells and colorful metal fish.I added you to my reading list. Love your blog!!
Great post Dixie especially the gnome.Yvonne.
Like a seven dwarf, he must be 'Sleazy'.
what a naughty goblin that is
Makes you wonder who's minding the garden?!!
That gnome is producing art near your home.... :p
Ha ha ha!!! And if you look closely at the photo, I think he's doing it alone.
I'd go cheeks out, make the neighbors shout
Yes you would, wouldn't you??
Oh that naughty gnome! LOL
Did you know there was a gnome named "Noddy"?? Children's story.
OMG!!! DIxie!!! Noddy was my very favorite character growing up!!I had all the books by Enid Blyton!!I want to start collecting them for Miss V!!!Love that "cheeky" Gnome!!Enjoy your day...beautiful here!!Cheers!Linda :o)
I love the stars painted on the grass. I want to do something like that on my yard! :)
Isn't that cute? You could do star hopscotch for a birthday party!
Thanks for the visit, Dixie, yes, we were trying to make the best of it in Central Africa and a long way from home :0)
Carole Anne, that was an amazing read. You have such talent. I loved it.
We have a landscaped front yard instead of grass. The only pieces of art are an old pump and a trio of owls :)
That sounds precious, Susan!
Beautiful and funny . . . I don't think I've ever seen that gnome statue before! :)I just have a few pieces of yard art - stepping stones with my daughters' hand prints, and a solar powered blue globe that reminds me of some kind of royal scepter (my mom gave it to me).
And now you've seen probably more gnome than you wanted to (smile).I love stepping stones. I use broken pieces of dishes. I would love to see your solar powered blue globe!
Gnome's bums? Cute, I dare say but I don't think I'd put him in my garden.One last day! I hope you enjoyed the challenge as much as I have.
Hi 'Daft'. I had a blast! Checked out your blog: am following; I intend to get back over there... you've got some great music too (smile).
Dixie, such a cute little elf. It never hurts to add a bit of levity to one's garden or yard. I would stop before pink flamingos, however. Maybe a bit of Chihuly glass?
Linda Kay - there's a house down the road where they have about 20-25 flamingos - it's scary.
Our garden frequently features human buttocks- mostly it's the grandchildren. Loving garden art- got a line of projects to get on with this summer. Including accessorising the scarecrow, but she'll be keeping her trousers up :-)
Lisa, I love your photos of the shed, garden, and the places you walk to. Such a daily adventure... in a lovely landscape!!You have a great scarecrow!
my stars...very fun! Bottoms up!
Ha ha ha, Kathe!!!
Hey human, Dixie,Very artfulThe gnome's a fart fullGnome, gnome and derangedMethinks you is strange! :)Pawsitive wishes,Penny!
I hope you find a nice hydrant to hang out with (smile).
You should realise that we don't have hydrants in lil' ol' England! Smile to you! :)
Cute poem, and the gnome was a fun surprise!Julie
Thank you, Julie!
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