Monday, March 23, 2015

Gnomes

I love my gnomes i bought them 40 years ago in Germany and have them with me were ever i lived. Only yesterday a young woman who owns the second hand shop told me that they are collector's items because they are numbered, so i took them from the garden and put them on the window in case the people from Le front pour la liberation des nains de la jardin will come. (i heard that they freed a lot of gnomes years ago but no one came to take them home).


 history of garden gnomes site 1- Dwarfs, Gnome and Trolls originate from the land of fairy tales ...

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  1. Those are big here. People put them on the front porch, and they are supposed to bring good luck.

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    1. I need good luck this days,I like to post about those small unimportant things while i am worry about the big ones.

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  2. They all have the most content expressions on their faces. You are very lucky to have such delightful 'friends' in your home:)

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    1. I had more i wonder where they are.

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  3. My youngest son bought one for my wife for Christmas about 25 years ago. We have it here; it's a Gnome riding on a pig. Very amusing.

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    1. When i bought them there were not gnomes in Israel now there are a lot.

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  4. I have seen some or perhaps I should write MANY in some gardens in the UK.
    Here in Norway, we have trolls:)

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  5. I like the Norwagian trolls:) have been there many years ago.

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  6. I have one zombie gnome in our garden x

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  7. I haven't got any gnomes. Maybe if I see one I like I will buy him and hide him in the garden. I wouldn't want to see him everyday.

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  8. why? they are innocent gnomes:)

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  9. why? they are innocent gnomes:)

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