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It must be hard to go back to work after a long holiday, although it is good to have a job to get back to. Of course I wouldn’t know. Being retired everyday is a holiday.
I celebrated the 4th of July at my cousin’s. Unfortunately the planned BBQ got rained out, it was too hot to cook inside so we had some traditional 4th of July Chinese take-out. General Tso chicken is almost as good as BBQ, almost. Had a great time.
Hope everyone had glorious 4th celebrating our nations birth.
1) John Mellancamp performs Our Country live with the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra at the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular July 4th 2007
2) Weekend Pics From the Net
Dadaab, Kenya: A Somali refugee waits in line with her daughter outside a food distribution point at a refugee camp. Photograph: Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Images
Queen of Cats by Franko
Young boy enjoying water spray at Glastonbury Festival, UK
Dolly” photo by Oleg Ilyian
3) Australian comics John Clark and Bryan Dawe explain the European debt crisis. We can subsitute any debt crisis, government, state, or city, and the same logic applies.
4) Another John Mellancamp classic performance of one of the best songs about the real, working class, America, Little Pink Houses.
It has been an incredible, beautiful, day. What a great start to a holiday weekend celebrating the birth of our country.
I will be at my cousin’s BBQ, I love the taste of burnt meat.
Speaking of burnt/fired food we don’t have to look at the wording on the sign to know what country this county fair is being held, and I want one of everything.
People at the San Diego county fair visit food stalls selling a certain type of American cuisine: deep fried butter, chocolate-covered corn dogs and chocolate-covered bacon. (Photograph: Mike Blake/Reuters )
Man, I would love to join these kids playing with giant giant bubbles as the sun sets at Moonlight Beach in Encinitas, Calif. (Photo Mike Blake/Reuters)
Everyone have a great weekend. I’ll leave you with some good old American country music.
Sugarland – These Are The Days
I will be celebrating the 4th of July with my cousin, her son and some friends.
Everyone have a great holiday weekend, including my friends from outside our shores.
I am re-posting two patriotic songs from last year:
America The Beautiful – Ray Charles