Thursday, June 29, 2006

Tell Us your Favorite Fourth ! Whoopee!


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Tell us about your Favorite 4th of July


(John made me do it! Lol!)


Describe your favorite 4th of July here!


I can't get mine to post so I'll read yours first! lol


 

5 comments:

onemoretina said...

I miss our Fourth of July celebrations when I was a teenager, and we watched as they shot fireworks off the pier.  We would hang at the beach all day, go home and shower and change, and then head back to join in the celebrations.  Most of us were so burnt that we could compete with the fireworks, as far as glowing red !  Those were great days .... Tina

jlocorriere05 said...

We don't celebrate the fourth of July. I'm just leaving a comment to say did you know you this entry is duplicated six times over!! Have a good weekend! Jeannette xx  

sugarsweet056 said...

Gurlee, you need to get busy & delete some of your repeats! LOL Then I'll come back by & comment on the one you decide to keep. LOL  ROFLOL
Sug

libragem007 said...

I thought it was my AOL alerts screwing up? i got quite a repeats from this particular entry lol. well..my fav fourth is when my kids and I spent it on the beach about 3 years ago until about midnight! It was fun!
Gem :-)

geminirising12 said...

When I was young, this was one of my favorite holidays.  I always looked forward to the picnics, backyard games, company coming over and fireworks at the end of the day when it was dark.  If you had asked me then, I would have said that July 4th meant food, fun and fireworks.
Now that I am quite a bit older, I think of the 4th of July as the birth of our country and the FREEDOM we all enjoy because of the service men and women that have fought in every war so that we might have this freedom.  It is a day to be thankful for my country, the United States of America.  It is a day I count my blessings to be an American.  Not that I am not thankful for the fun times when I was young - that is the way it should be when you are a child.  But, I am just thankful for other things as I approach the winter of my life.  Now it is time to be grateful - and I most certainly am!!!
GOD BLESS AMERICA.