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A Day to Celebrate, A Day to Thank Those Who Serve

In the midst of your 4th of July celebrating, I hope you will join me in taking a moment to thank those who have ensured our freedoms and security – our military, police, and firefighters.

I hope you have a FANTASTIC 4th of July…

Be safe, enjoy your family and friends, and may God Bless the USA!    (Enjoy a little Lee Greenwood)

And one other tradition Tim and I share on the 4th is watching the Boston Pops, here’s our favorite song:  The Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular: Sousa’s Stars and Stripes Forever (thank you BetsysView)

From my family to yours,

Happy 4th of July!

Patty O


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  1. randy #

    Patty, We went to Boston last year and saw the concert and fireworks in person. If you really enjoy it, you should take the trip there and check it out. Not much better than touring Boston over the fourth!


    July 4, 2013
    • I just read this to Tim! That may have to be on our future trip list…someday!


      July 4, 2013

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