For a while there I was having some serious problems with Gnomes and Zombies. The normal gnomes were bad enough but the infected ones… so much worse. The only good part about the infected ones was their inability to move far without be seeing them… Continue Reading “Zombie Gnomes III The Apocalypse…. errr or not.”
See here is the thing, I’m doing the A-Z Blog Challenge. Sort of, since I’m uncertain of the exact rules. There is the added complication of my starting late. Then of course the final part of, I’m a bit weird and today is supposed… Continue Reading ““G” Is for…. well alot of things, all of them funny!”
It seems my fears of the gnomes has taken on a whole new twist. Somehow, the evil little creatures have managed to become infected with the Zombie plague. This just proves I was right about their sinister aspects. Obviously, nothing that wasn’t already alive… Continue Reading “Gnomes II — Zombie Assault.”
I say almost because well… It’s not Halloween yet. My Kids are making their costumes. So far we have a vampire queen and a mad scientist. Nothing store bought except some fangs for the Queen. Everything else was made from things we had here… Continue Reading “It’s almost Halloween”
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