From “laura is a bee” – gnome in forest

Recently I freed a lovely gnomeygnome, and he’s currently residing in the forest near my house. However, I’m worried! Very! Vewy! While the threat of a freeze is almost gone for the year, it still gets quite cold at night. He has nothing to keep him warm but the tree he’s near, and the leaf that he picked up to examine (i have a picture on my cell phone, when i visited him a few weeks after the initial escape). Should I take him back? He says he’s doing well, but he’s known to be quite optimistic, to the point of a fault…

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Comments (9)

Eric LeeFebruary 27th, 2009 at 3:00 pm

I finally decided to write a comment on your blog. I just wanted to say good job. I really enjoy reading your posts.

I happen to be a Gnome. We do just fine, thank you. How do you know we don’t WANT to be freed? Hmmmm? There is a reason we ARE where we ARE.

When you don’t know it, that’s when we are about….Werkin’ on stuff….You know….the domination of the werld… We like to tinker with things….It’s in our nature…Just don’t park to close to one of us….We get….tinkering urges, you see…

I really enjoy creating steampunkish weaponry and using magic and all the neat stuff.

So, don’t think for a minute we can’t take care of ourselves… But thank you for your efforts to…. “Free” us. ; )

Berrybeard the WandererApril 20th, 2009 at 4:44 pm

I, too, am a Gnome. However, if the Gnome was held captive by a major corporation, I believe it was a great act of kindness on the part of this “laura” character. Unfortunately, many gnomes are being held in cold, industrial warehouses, waiting to be sold to the hungry masses. However, if said Gnome was happy in a garden, then it might have been unhappy to move. However, this indidvidual seems to know the Gnome quite well.

Doddy the SquatterJune 6th, 2009 at 6:39 am

I three am a gnome, and were it not for my present friend/care taker freeing me, I’d still be stuck in the freezing and soulless caverns of a certain, and it shall remain unlocated for legal purposes, Walmart. Luckily though, I now reside in the spacious and sunny woods behind her house. So, I must agree with Berrybeard the Wanderer, as I decidedly believe gnomes are quite capable of being taken advantage of/being helpless in comparison to certain odds, and therefore wholly support the worldwide liberation of gnomes!

DylanHorcherJuly 15th, 2009 at 7:43 pm

I am also gnome and it is great what you humans are doing and i would love to be freed.

Estefani TemplinSeptember 23rd, 2009 at 11:27 am

Hello, I am new to this site and would like to say, for a long time I have believed in gnomes since I was little. Never had I seen a gnome, but have always hoped to one day meet one. I never heard of people keeping them captive! That’s horrible! I want to say I’m on your side.

Alabaster99October 11th, 2009 at 7:26 am

****BREAKING NEWS!!******
A gnome injustice ring has just been discovered in a small, unnoticeable (until now) neighborhood somewhere in Missouri! We’ve had our top two investigators working undercover on this story for the last 2 months. Here is what our sting revealed. Early one Spring morning the gnomes were placed outside in strategic spots around the garden. They stood there all day… and night. For 2 months. Rain and shine. Not one time did our investigators hear a complaint from them about their tragic plight. (A stoic peoples…the gnome.) Not once did they move. They had to sleep standing.(Which is what they do anyway, but hey…it’s nice to be given a choice.) When we called back our investigaors, we could NOT believe the injustice being perpetrated! We decided to break this story early, although we await further confirmation of any facts whatsoever!

Ana VazquezJanuary 6th, 2010 at 3:03 pm

I am jealous of you people who get to see and meet gnomes!!! I wish I could meet one… Anyone know if I can find a gnome in Maryland? I wanna be friends with a gnome. I’m tired of humans and dogs. :)
But anyway…I can’t believe people actually enslave gnomes! When I found this site I was just…sad. Dude, gnomes rock. Trafficking is just wrong. I’ll try and support the best way I can! I’ll post this on Facebook. :) I’ll also keep the gnomes in my prayers.

demandgnomerightsJanuary 20th, 2010 at 5:29 pm

If Gnomes were planning to take over the wrold in their spare time then they wouldn’t be in boxes, or stuck in people’s homes. Gnomes ahve magical proporties, so if a gnome were stuck couldn’t it just get out, or are all the modern technologies limiting their power. Gnomes are inteligent,clever, and non nonsence kind of creatures. They don’t like pixies that much, because they love to pull pranks, and goof off. Pixie children spend their time taunting people, taking horses for joyrides, and messing up homes. Gnomes like farming, hard work, mathematics, and fooling humans into doing stupid things. I think the gnomes are peaceful, to a point, but I highly doubt their plotting against us.

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