Patriotic Medley #Monday Musical Memory

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As you read this, I’m returning from a wonderful vacation with my brother and his family in Florida. The Fourth of July is coming up, and I’m thinking back to how my family spent the holiday when I was growing up.

When we lived in Tucson, Arizona, we often attended fireworks displays at the local university. Although my vision was limited, I enjoyed watching the pyrotechnics show in the sky. I might have been scared at first of the booms and bangs, but I most remember gazing in fascination at the explosions of color and shapes. One year, I could even see them from our front lawn.

We moved here to Sheridan, Wyoming, when I was twelve. At the time, there were no public displays, so we bought our own fireworks. These consisted mostly of sparklers, pop bottle rockets, and Roman candles. They weren’t as elaborate as the colorful displays…

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4 Responses to Patriotic Medley #Monday Musical Memory

  1. Thank you, Patty, for the re-blog.

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    • Patty says:

      You’re very welcome.

      Have a good trip?

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      • I’m home now. My flights were uneventful, but I’m exhausted.

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      • Patty says:

        It’s been my experience that we always need a vacation from our vacationing.

        When I went to Top Dog convention in 2015 I didn’t allow for rest time and the next day after returning home, Campbell and I had to get up early and go to work.

        Lucky for Campbell I was at my desk all day that day and he was able to snooze out in his bed. I on the other hand was totally wiped.

        LOL.

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