Have a Star-Spangled Day
The 4th of July is almost here and our country is in turmoil. There is so much disrespect and hate going on…. what has happened to America? Plus this virus has changed a lot of things we do every day as well. Our state is putting restrictions on us again.
So what do we do to Celebrate the USA?
We as a people need to come together and help our country bring peace and love back. We need to work together and make this happen.
For the Fourth Of July we all need to celebrate with a Star Spangled Day of family gatherings, fireworks, and picnics even if we have to do it virtually.
I always remember going to the Fourth of July Parade and my dad would always drive the gas truck, (He owned a Sinclair Service Station.) We would bring our grocery bags for the candy they threw out. We celebrated every year with our kids the same way. Of course we watched the fireworks and lit off lots of sparklers.
Many things will change this year but we can still celebrate and be thankful for living in the USA.
You can still have a BBQ with family members and some friends you feel comfortable with. Keep some hand sanitizer around and have everyone use it as needed.
Decorate Your Back Yard With These Homemade Patriotic Party Lights at Hatch and Haven.
Let everyone make their hot dogs with different condiments, a display of toppings, and cute cardboard trays to build their meal in. Don’t forget all the fixins’ and sides like potato salad, fruit salad, baked beans and dessert.
Get the directions at I Heart Naptime.
Have a Water Balloon Fight….Simply connect, fill and make hundreds of water balloons in minutes!
Set up a tent in your backyard and enjoy watching movies. Put up a DIY outdoor movie screen. When your show movie is over stream fireworks displays from other areas.
Make Some DIY Mini Fire Pits for S’mores. Your Family Will Love This!
A long time ago some smart guys wrote the Preamble to the Constitution. You have probably read it before, but do you know what it means?
Perfect for inspiring discussion in classrooms and around kitchen tables, this fun-filled and cheerfully illustrated look at the Preamble provides an accessible introduction to America’s founding ideals for citizens of all ages.
Enjoy the blessing of freedom on Independence Day of United States America but work hard so that it can remain for our next generation.
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