Play along as you drive the back country roads.
Enjoy the journey.
Score the Yard Art.
I've been wondering about you! Glad you're back!
Hey HolleyGarden! I figured I had lost about everyone in my hiatus (goofing off, slack period). But Tufa Girl sent this disturbing report and I must once again be vigilant.
There is yard art carnage to be reported! Back to the blog!
I was wondering what happened to you too and was sad to think you had left us...glad you are back!!
Tufa, There seems to be madness and mayhem out in the garden! Cameras must be donned for action.Donna, I was a bit burned out it a major project at work. But I see it is time to put things back in order.
Cheri, I just had to call my 13 year old son who is seriously into zombies in to see this photo. The reaction was hysterical laughing especially whne he figured out what they were eating. Carolyn
Is it ... ??? You know... "The Gnome Zombie Apocalypse?
Well, stuff it. I've tried to sign in twice, lost my comment, blogger still hates me. Welcome back!Mom L
Glad to see you return. I kept up the gnominess on GWGT while you were gone.
Carolyn, glad your son liked it. Perhaps he can be trained to be a gnome zombie hunter.Mom L, HEY! Sorry Blogger still does not love you but I do.Laura, thank you. I am way behind in all my reading. Glad to see you have not died of rabies or rickets.greenapples, thank you because somebody has to watch those little people. Without proper supervision, they obviously get into way too much trouble.
LH - So glad your back, kept checking just in case ... I even considered losing all my morals and taking some photos for you. Now I can get back onto the path of straight and narrow.
This is the coolest thing I've seen all week. Nom nom nom!
Gald to see you back!!!! I'm busy as hell with school & not much time to goof around, but in TWO more days......time to ride with my camera ready!
I'm glad YOU are back, but I wish you'd lose those bloody little monsters. But then the hunters are shooting sandhill cranes, so why not?
best way to come back to the blogosphere EVER!
I needed a good laugh today! Very funny!
where the heck does one find something like this?
Oh my gosh!! That is some scary stuff!!! I have a house on the block with all kinds of new stuff (sh*t??) out in front. As soon as I can go for a walk again, I'm sooooo over there to take photos!
It's coming. Do you have a plan? I'm still fine tuning my ZGAP (Zombie Gnome Apocalypse Plan). This is a good reminder that I need to tie up the loose ends.Welcome back!
Yay! You're back! OMG! Where did you find these evil gnomes? They look like they should be included in Plants vs. Zombies.
Wow, that's so weird! In a good way of course!
b-a-g, I would hate for you to throw away your hard earned yard morality. Glad I started back up before you broke down and joined us on the dark side.A-beer, I heard flingos are very good with a little Cajun seasoning.Jester, yep.. we have all been busy. Time to get back into the saddle.Elephant's Eye, thank you. Are you taking about getting rid of Flamingos or gnomes, both can be pests.-E-, you are very kind. Glad to see you back. I need to work on expanding my vocabulary.Weekend Cowgirl, thanks, This is my problem. Every weekend I am off playing cowgirl and not getting on the internet.Jess, I believe this is on Etsy... where the magic happens.Lin, come one you can do it!Lola Nova, I must give ZGAP a lot of thought. I am not prepared. I also feel I need to go outside and do a gnome headcount. Hopefully there are no cats missing in the neighborhood.Bom, Tufa Girl sent me the warning. I don't believe the killer gnomes have migrated to your area....YETBridget, weird, yes. Good...well I would ask the flamingo family their opinion.
Woohooo! You're back! And what an entrance. Thanks for the laugh!
You can find the gnome here http://www.etsy.com/listing/76640755/zombie-gnomes-bye-bye-birdie
Well, I would say that this is definitely the way to make a noticeable comeback. What a find!
Somebody told me about this, and I had to see it for myself. Gives new meaning to "tasteful" yard art.
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