For The Love Of Country, Happy Birthday USA… We love you!
July 4th, 1776, the official birthday, and founding day of the United States Of America. A day of celebration!
A day that marching bands parade through main street and fireworks light up the night sky. Friends gather on the beaches, and families gather in backyards to grill hotdogs and burgers.
But the day represents more than fun celebrations, it’s really about the commemoration of the great risks the Founders took to free the colonies. It’s about the signing of The Declaration Of Independence, the separation of the thirteen colonies from Great Britain. Who composed the Declaration? You guessed it right, I know, Thomas Jefferson. Where did the signing happen? Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A city that hosts so much rich culture, the Liberty Bell, The first Post Office, Independence Hall, The Presidents House, Franklin Square and on and on the list go. I worked in Philly over 10 years, I enjoyed the culture, The Museum Of History, The Bridges, especially the Ben Franklin and naturally my favorite spot was the Edgar Allan Poe House. Can you imagine how excited I was to see the house where Poe wrote “Raven”??
She is so beautiful, grandeur in appearance as she towers over the land and sea. The flag always makes me feel proud of the brave soldiers and families who sacrificed everything for the love of country. How precious are the military, they are Heros, America’s Grand Jewels. I wish we could dethrone Hollywood A-listers and give their fame and glory to our military. They are honorable, giving, and devoted to protecting our Country. Thank you….
Our freedom was a big cost. A price not to be taken for granted. Fly your flags, dress patriotic and sing your favorite Patriotic song. I sent you one, now you find one you like. Be safe and have a great 4th! Oh, and look for a soldier to thank.
Here are a few examples of Patriotic Famiies ideas:
America, home of the brave, we love you. How do you spend the 4th of July? Make it memorable…
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