Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Mr. Leprechaun


GrandDad believed in leprechauns, saying he had proof. He told me one lived in the big flower pot out back.

“If you ask him what he is doing, he will tell you”, GrandDad insisted. So, I asked Mr. Leprechaun what he was doing in that old flower pot, but got no response.

As I gave GrandDad my disappointed look, he laughingly said, “See? He said nothing.”


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16 comments:

  1. That is so cute, Annie. I know someone who still want to believe in fairies and she's almost a senior.
    Hugs,
    Julia

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    1. Then she should! There is nothing wrong with a little magic, if it is done with a pure heart. HUGS.

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    1. Can you guess where it came from?

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    2. The story is based on one from my Grampy. ❤

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  3. great play on words...... and that flower pot is awesome !☺☺♥♥

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  4. Heeheehee! It must be nice to be a leprechaun and have "nothing" to do all day!

    By the way, i am sorry my blog doesn't appear in your feed, i do post daily, and hope to continue to do so.

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  5. GrandDad was a bit if a trickster just like leprechauns. XO, Janet

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  6. Very cute and great take on the challenge.

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  7. Hee hee. Are you sure GrandDad didn't have a little of that Leprechaun mischief in his blood? :)

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  8. GrandDad had a bit of blarney to share. As most lovable folks do. Cute story. Thanks for sharing with In Other Words.

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  9. A very wise Granddad with a great sense of humor.

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  10. MOL..I already like your Grandpaw, Annie...MOL :D Pawkisses for a magical day :) <3

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