May 29, 2009

Phantastic Phriday - CONTEST...YAY!!!

*** DISCLAIMER: In honor of it being Phriday, and in rephusal to submit to boredom, I have decided that the Letter F shall phrom here on out be replaced with a PH (except phor in pictures, which I have no control over)***

I love contests! So I'm not sure WHAT the prize will be just yet...but we'll get to that part later!
So here it is kids, the best contest EVER!!!


When my phirst Blog winner over at Words Words Words posted her award to day she got the question, "Does the Gnome have a gname?" And I thought, "OMG!!! I never even considered naming him. But we MUST name him. He can't go on gnameless any longer! I need YOUR help! (Why is it I think oph Dora the Explorer every time I say that?)

So in the comments section please place your prephphered gname (and the reason you chose it) phor my little Gnommie up in the right hand corner oph my blog. Monday morning I will announce the winning Gname and it's owner. (I will probably announce the prize at that time too! Um any ideas?)
Have at it phriends!!! Can't wait to hear your ideas! Break out the Baby Naming books and come up with the best Gnome inspired Gname you can think oph!


Phor my 2nd Phavorite Gnome Approved Blog Award I am choosing On the Path phor her inspiring and insanely educational views on the writing industry. Having just been signed by an agent, Jody is bound to be a successphul author as she is already brilliant and incredibly talented!

And have a happy Phantastic Phantasmagoric Phriday!!!


Ann said...

I am going to pick your gnome's name to be Gnat....which of course is short for Gnathanial.

When I was little, my mom and I would call gnats....GA-nats, gnomes....GA-nomes, etc. So I thought it would be cute to call your gnome, Gnat!


Jody Hedlund said...

Marybeth!! You are a sweetie! Thank you! Does this mean I get to put the cute little gnome picture on my blog! Please say it does! :)

And as for a name, what about: Totally Gnarly Gnome!

Tobby Smith said...

His name is Roaming Gnome, and he is a trademark of travelocity. LOL

~Jamie said...

I have two choices...

Gilmer and Jerome the Gnome.

I don't really know why :)

Marybeth Poppins said...

I do like Jerome the Gnome...I like things that rhyme!

And Jody OF COURSE you get to put the gnome on your blog :D Let me know if you need me to email you the pic.

my email is

Gnat(hanial is kinda fun too!) OH THIS IS GOING TO BE HARD!

And blah to the boring husband and his answers.

JM81 said...

I am partial to:

Gninny Miggins


Osgar Huggle

OR, my favorite:

Eduard of the Sparkling Meadow

:) :) :)

I'm nothing if I'm not strange :)

Marybeth Poppins said...

WELL NOW! There is no reason a gnome can't reside in a meadow instead of a lawn...same thing really. Just one is MUCH larger... hmmmmmmmm

JM81 said...

And, since your blog gnome is so superfantastic, he deserves a very LARGE, sparkly, superfantastical meadow in which to reside! :) Afterall, you have to keep him a happy gnome. When they get cranky, they do sneaky moon your neighbors!

Hilabeans said...

How about Gnorris? :)

Litgirl01 said...

Motimer McFunnypants

JM81 said...

Gnorris! Chuck Gnorris!! I love it LOL

Marybeth Poppins said...

Chuck Gnorris...hahahah


Zara Lockwood said...

Mandrake Reinhardt

Arnold Smidgen

or Ed the Gnome ?

Jody Hedlund said...

I'm going to put it on my blog right now and link it back to yours! I'm SO excited to get him! (whatever his name is!) :)

Danyelle said...

Gnomish--it's the gnome version of Hamish. :D

Jessica said...

Oh Sheesh, I have no clue. LOL! Is it the gnome at the top? The one in the sock? Can we call him sockit?

Your spelling cracks me up! I love it.

Congrats to Jody. I agree with you. She rocks. :-)