The littlest thing means everything

Same!

I think I think of this group almost more than I think of other people in my life as I go through my days at times!

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So well said. When I walked in to AK last Thursday, I really did think, "I should take a tree pic and post for @OBNurseNH ". You already know I thought about you as I was rushing to the airport.

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You know it’s a very special tree because for every other tree on the planet, people think of @bebe80.

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That’s fair.

I’ll allow it! :slight_smile:

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So many things make me think of so many of y’all here. And not just at WDW.

I truly believe the little things really do mean so much. I love this community of people.

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Even the ugly ones? :laughing:

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I don’t know enough to tell the difference. They’re all nice to me.

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I think I’ve said it before, but it is worth saying here - sometimes when I’m out and about in the world (and in the World) I’ll see things that make me think of you all before even my tangible friends and family. Especially when it comes to gifts for the Uncensored Holiday Gift Exchange*

*Not a Real Thing

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Especially the ugly ones.

Tho Idk what an ugly tree is.

Are you familiar with locust - I think honey locust. Thorns out to here. Commonly known to puncture tractor tires?

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Yes! And then I have to decide if I really want to be seen taking a picture of whatever it is. :face_with_peeking_eye:

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yes dear

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Was in a shop the other day with an inordinate amount of hairy coo art. Dh asks, “What the :face_with_symbols_over_mouth: are those?” Hairy coos, honey. He looks at me like I’m nuts and I say, “It’s a Liner thing.” Oh, okay then.

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The amount of times I say this in a week is crazy! :rofl:

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Yes
Yes you do. :smile::wink:

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I see things that remind me of so many liners all the time. Like this substack for @WakandaForever The Practice by Aliza Kelly | Substack and this person too because witches are the future: @rachaelmaddox | Linktree

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Honeylocust are thornless. It’s the Black Locust that have the big thorns.

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There’s that one tree, I’m not sure which one - it smells a lot like cat pee when it blooms. It used to be in our front yard growing up. I don’t love that one.

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We’ve got one of the giant thorn version. Everyone says cut it down!
It’s rare to see that kind of tree that large so I keep it safe.

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That’s understandable. Smell is different than ugly. :wink:

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Ahh, that’s our pear tree. I am a tree lover, but this tree in front of my house smells bad, has dropped branches on me and my house, and grows in shapes usable for a horror film.

We have to get our septic replaced and the tree has to go, which makes me both happy and sad.

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