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How did you celebrate the 4th of July?

6 Responses to “How did you celebrate the 4th of July?”

  1. Kristen B. Says:

    Stayed home and worked on housecleaning. :D
    In the evening some of us went to get ice cream in the POURING rain. Because of the rain and walking up to the counter instead of the drive-through we all got a free extra scoop. :)
    …Then we were busy trying to keep our dog calm. She gets very nervous hearing fireworks.

    Hope you all had a fun 4th!
    I like the pictures. :-)

  2. Kristin Carr Says:

    Lets see…we let off fireworks the majority of the day, Mom and I went into town and went shopping (grocery :-)), we rented movies, and then at night we went into town and watched the big display of fire works. It was a really nice day! :-D That is a good picture of Ava and Helena! 8-)

  3. Christine Says:

    We had a wonderful day! My parents came up for the parade which Jim and the 3 older boys were in for baseball, then back to our house for lots & lots of good food (my parents always bring steaks for Jim to grill that day), swimming, super-soakers & water-balloons, and wiffle ball. Jim surprised us with some smoke-bomby type of things which we had never done before (of course, the kids loved it!) and then we drove about 200 feet down the road and sat in the air-conditioned, mosquito-free, crowd-free, golden bus and watched our towns fireworks. It was a lovely day and night!

  4. Marianne Says:

    We learned the 2nd stanza to the Star Spangled banner and wrote a poem about The Olde Guard (flag). Went to honnor American vets (my husband is a marine) and then shot off fireworks in my fathers front yard. We set a palmetto tree on fire and had to scramble to put it out.

  5. Jennifer Bogart Says:

    We are in Canada, and didn’t do anything for Canada day this year (July 1st), our newborn arrived on June 30th, so we were a bit…preoccupied.

    Just had to say, what a cute puppy!

  6. Leslie in Texas Says:

    We spent time with my parents, sisters, and nieces and saw fireworks, curbside, at the City Hall up the road!

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