USA’s Birthday-- Red, White, And Blue, Bangs
Bigmama60 on 07/06/2008
|Whenever I gaze at the fireworks lighting up the sky I keep my eye on the night lights which glow and explode with symbols of red, white, and blue, and bangs. The 4th of July is a patriotic holiday and a great reason for a picnic and bar-be-que to celebrate. |
For me it’s so exciting to see; because 4 days after the reading of the Declaration of Independence I am celebrating that 232 years, 4 days later, on July 8th is my birthday. I and my brother celebrate our birthdays (my brother is 5 years my junior; although he has passed on, I still include him). The Liberty Bell tolled for the reading of the Declaration of Independence on this significant day. I get a real bang out of knowing my brother and I were born on this day, and now 232 years, 4 days, after Independence Day, July 4th 1776 ; the Liberty Bell tolled for the reading of the Declaration of Independence on July 8th 1776 and I get keyed up; since Independence Day was first observed in Philadelphia on July 8, 1776.
I’ll quiz you on a few facts related to America’s Birthday.
Have fun. I hope you had a nice bar-be-que.
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