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Friday, April 8, 2011

Blogging Challenge April 2011 ~ G

Gabaldon, Diana ~ The Outlander Series


My youngest brother is seven years older than my son, they are very close and getting closer now that they are older.  My brother would do special things for my son when we went to visit.  One of my son's fondest memories are the stories of the gnomes that my brother would tell him.  You see there were gnomes living in my parents garden and everytime we visited my parents, there was a note from the gnomes, usually setting my son on a trail for a small treasure,  my brother would make little foot prints in the garden dirt.  It was so believable for a young child.  I'm so grateful for my brother and the wonderful memories my son will have to tell his children one day.

Signing off till next time.


  1. Oh my that is the sweetest thing! I love that. I use to think there were little fairies living in the forest. To have your own gnomes...your bother is a true sweetheart.

  2. Aww, that is a lovely thing to do.My daughter used to tell her younger sisters and brother that were gnomes living under the floor boards and that if they lost something the gnomes had taken it.