My Gnome Gets Around…

Two years ago, at SXSW, I purchased two cute plastic gnomes. They went with me to Kevin Smokler’s First Annual SXSW Dinner Party. Brad, of course, showed them a good time, giving them beer, demonstrating their great sense of humor, and so forth.

This year at SXSW, they returned for the Third Annual Dinner Party with Kevin. We decided that Austin alone was not enough for the Gnomes, so they were sent off on adventures. One of them has been spotted at Stanford, thanks to Aaron. The photographs are fabulous, and it is obvious that my Gnome is having a good time.

I think the Gnome needs to travel on. Anyone care to have a Gnome visit? Let me know and we can make arrangements. All I ask is that you take and post photos of the Gnome and promise not to hijack him. Gnomes need to roam. If I can’t travel more often, at least my Gnome can!

By Christine

Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

13 replies on “My Gnome Gets Around…”

Hilarious. Even I have photos of your Gnomes. I’ll have to upload them to my flickr account and give them a tag, got one you’d like me to use? “Gnomes” perhaps.

If you’d like your Gnome to see the sights of LA–let me know! We’ll treat him so many ways, he’ll have to like one of them. 😉

Hmmm… somehow, I need to come up with a more unique tag, don’t you think? bpcgnome? (I would also use gnomes as a tag, because they are gnomes, after all.)

I’ll think of a tag and post my early gnome photos later today or tomorrow. Gnomes with Shiner, Gnomes with bubble tea – the gnomes have seen it all!

Well, Kansas City’s not much fun, but if he’d like to hang out in an exciting (NOT) sql development group for a few days, I’d let him 🙂

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