Sara n’ Mic (why are the gnomes outside?)

Sara: Hold me; I’m feeling fragile.

Mic: Come here my little China doll.


Sara: Why are the gnomes outside?

Mic: They aren’t house-broken yet.


The complete adventures of Sara n’ Mic: why are we here?, what time is it?, the phone’s ringing and who’s winning  are still collecting dust.

7 responses to “Sara n’ Mic (why are the gnomes outside?)

  1. Just had that on my mind because of my most recent post. Coincidence, you know.

  2. I have published your Flat Tony visit….
    Why don’t we say the G of Gnome, isn’t that wasteful of a letter, we should save the letters & just write Nome ‘cos ther’s only 26 letters after all & if the alphabet ever runs out we can’ write anyth…..

  3. Here’s the myster that has been keeping me awake nights and I hope you can clear it up: if Sara is on the left, and Mic is on the right…what is the name of the CHICKEN? (And why is Mic choking it?)

  4. Thanks for the comments.

    sweetiegirz: thanks! It’s just a wire thing and a real dust collector, but I like it.

    jimsmuse: I was going to bring the duck and chicken into the conversations, but I’ve been informed “Friends” did something similar. Sara is on the left and Mic on the right because they wouldn’t be looking at each other otherwise. I’m sure they will have an argument eventually.
    note: Mic is stroking not choking the chicken.

    Tony: thanks for putting up the Flat Tony adventure. Are there really 26 letters? Rather a lot really.

    Pannonica: great minds think alike; fools seldom differ. (someone important said that; not me though)

  5. My gnomes come inside during the winter. They are in fact house broken, I think. What does gnome poo look like?

    S. Le: I think gnome poo looks like crap personally. hee hee

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