Post - Tracey (@TraceyPSanders)

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  1. In or Out for 2024?

    Not sure if you can see it, but this morning I noticed something moving in one of my INDOOR pots. A toad, circled in purple, is facing away from the camera. It's been indoors since late October/early November. Should I leave it there until spring, or put it outside, under leav
  2. Have been listening to the Trump related court hearings in Judge McAfee's courtroom ( Judge McAfee's courtroom) Not a lawyer so didn't understand what "moral turpitude" was all about. Merriam Webster, however does, so here's that: moral turpitude. Huh.
  3. Literally dreamt about Jimmy Carter last night. When I told my husband, his response was, "We could sure use him right now." Isn't that how we're supposed to think about our former presidents?
  4. Having formerly lived in Florida, my favorite weather pattern happens when there's a hurricane - somewhere else! On a similar note, several years ago a hurricane was bearing down on Wilmington, NC. My brother was there for his annual pilgrimage to the beach, and ran into The We
  5. @democracydocket , when states go after women who go out of state for abortion services, how are those home states not in violation of HIPPA compliance? It's not like the service is being done in her home state.
  6. Server rights

    @jillwinebanks , Re: The Mar-a-Lago video, want to point out that Trump Employee 4 said he didn't have "rights" to make a change on the server, he wasn't saying he didn't want to make the change. He was saying that his user ID on the server didn't have per
  7. Not that I ever used the blue bird, but this did pop into my head last night: X Twitter X-Twitter ex-Twitter Post? Post!
  8. TN crawling out from the Dark Ages

    Most irritating sentence below is the last one. Status due solely to moves by this same governor in past couple of years to allow purchase and concealed carry without first requiring permits or background checks. Certainly, this move didn't go far enough. Lipstick, meet pig.
  9. Gov. Bill Lee - allows purchase of guns and concealed carry, no matter how many letters and emails I send him. Sen. Marsha Blackburn - undoubtedly the second stupidest woman to walk the planet (looking at you, MTG) That idiot Speaker of the TN House equating the 1/6 insurrectio
  10. Sitting here minding my own business, doing Sunday Xwords, when it dawns on me that the answer to one of the clues is the musician we saw in concert last night. Any guesses?
  11. Something doesn't add up

    Trying to figure out why there are 2019 USPS "forever" stamps (55c in 2019) for sale online for 25c, when the current cost of a forever stamp is 60 or 63c. Barcode is correct, and USPS logo is on th
  12. Love this poem for the new year

    In Memoriam, [Ring out, wild bells] by Alfred, Lord Tennyson Ring out, wild bells, to the wild sky, The flying cloud, the frosty light: The year is dying in the night; Ring out, wild bells, and let
  13. You know how sometimes you look at a word or phrase that's familiar and all of the sudden ... it morphs into something else? Big Lie Big Lie Big Lie ... Biggly! Don't know where that goes, just thought
  14. Sorry, typo in the title. schmeAr.
  15. Got schmer?

    When you just gotta have a NYC bagel, but aren't anywhere close to NYC. #ILoveNY Yes, they are boiled. Of course. Closest I've come to a true NYC bagel, bought or homemade.
  16. @marcelias, while I hope you're taking a nap, I suspect you may need this bit of encouragement: may the force be with you! Go on, defend democracy.
  17. Break the stigma, not hearts

    988 is a new national U.S. phone number that recently went live to help people get help in a mental health crisis. Similar to 911, this line is dedicated for anyone in need of mental health assistance
  18. Going to give this a whirl.

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