Get up, go to the lavatory, get dressed, have my breakfast, and run my day as I do any other weekend. Why, what's special about the weekend that follows Thursday, 4th of July?
Haven't thought about it. At least this year there is the possibility of fire works. But what about food? To visit my parents or my husbands mother? Who will have the better cooking? His mother. But it would be a nice plan to visit the parade. Heck, my dad is usually in the parade. Maybe I can join him this year. But what special treat can we make at the house..... homemade ice cream... No, Blue Bell is the best. Can't top that... a pie or a cake sounds like the best bet.
As for that weekend, not too much special. Just making sure I have all the equipment, etc.
What are you planning for July 4th?
I work night shift that evening so I will be sleeping most of the day and in uniform monitoring a satellite all night.
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No, I didn't. But I'm sure my brother knows. He's a nuclear nut. Hmmmm.... You might want to pack a nice couple of treats to indulge in on shift.
I think we might have a pot luck and have our kids and families over for a barbecue and fireworks. Sounds good now, we'll have to see.
by Bruce Chamoff 10 years ago
I am spending with daughter in Sunny New Jersey and going to the beach.What are you doing?
by Kenna McHugh 17 months ago
Some of us live in America and have restrictions that limit our celebratory activities, I am curious: How are you and your family celebrating the 4th of July?
by justamber 10 years ago
What's your favorite 4th of July memory as a child?
by tymmy 10 years ago
what makes him/her so special?I look at my parents, after all these years they are still together, still waxing strong, and I wonder, what makes your spouse, boyfriend or girlfriend so special that you stick to him/her no matter what?
by harmony155 9 years ago
Where in the US is the best place to watch 4th of July fireworks?
by Kenna McHugh 9 years ago
Does your city, county or state allow 4th of July fireworks? If so, what grade?
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