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  •  I'm in a solid blue state (5+ / 0-)

    with almost an entire progressive contingent in Congress (blue dog in the House from my District).

    That being said -- we all have our jobs to do in not just the South but lots of Northern States and districts as well.  Phone banking, contributions, etc.

    How's the leg, sweetie?  Last time I saw it, your little self was wrapped in a thousand yards of bandage.

    " My faith in the Constitution is whole; it is complete; it is total." Barbara Jordan, 1974

    by gchaucer2 on Tue Jun 25, 2013 at 10:28:16 AM PDT

    •  Hey Gchaucer2! I'm still wrapped up. (4+ / 0-)
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      gchaucer2, LilithGardener, ask, vcmvo2

      I go back to see the ortho for a post-surgical follow up friday. I think they're going to put a cast on me. (I'm seriously anxious about that because I won't be able to fiddle with it the way I do with the splint).

      It's been about 13 days since surgery. I feel great. The leg feels strong. I have no pain. I'm thankful for insurance. Mostly it's a slight inconvenience but overall, I'm taking it in stride. :)

      As for the politics part: I'm looking into finding a way to state and local candidates to tap into the national netroots for their phone banking. Affordably and securely. Most pols I've spoken with have told me that they have such limited volunteer staff it's really hard to reach everyone in their district. I think bring the netroots into it would be great and help them a  lot. These local races are won by just dozen of votes sometimes. I think we could have a tremendous effect. Trying to do some research and figure some things out on that front.

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