Archive for the ‘Gifts for the 4th of July’ Category

Personalized Gifts for the month of August

Thursday, August 13th, 2009

It’s a great season to buy personalized gifts.

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It’s nice to know sisters will love each other through time.

Celebrate July 4th

Wednesday, July 1st, 2009

With the 4th of July quickly approaching in just a few days, many people are busy preparing and planning for the holiday weekend. There are dozens of ways you can celebrate being an American this Independence Day.

Many people and their families will be heading to the beach to enjoy the holiday and the summer weather. Activities for the day may include swimming, surfing, playing Frisbee, or laying and relaxing on the sand soaking up the sun.

Some may choose to avoid the crowds at the beach and enjoy a barbeque at home with close friends and family. The menu will most likely include hot dogs and hamburgers.

At the end of the day, it will be time to enjoy the most traditional part of the 4th of July. When the sun goes down, the fireworks will begin. The faces of both kids and adults will light up as the sky becomes brighter with the glow of the fireworks and the Star Spangled Banner plays in the distance.

No matter how you will be celebrating this July 4th, you can remember your day with a and display one of your favorite photos. Display your patriotism and celebrate independence year round with a .

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Tuesday, July 17th, 2007

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This is a perfect day to go out to the beach.  It’s in the low 90′s and I hope it doesn’t get too warm.

 

 

Independence Day, Fourth of July, 2007

Saturday, June 23rd, 2007

Fourth of July, 2007 or independence day will probably take on a new meaning for many of us. Just watching fireworks and attending patriotic festivities can make you and your familiy  feel in touch with your community. Last year I grabbed my American flag and waved it, like others did, to celebrate one more year of our United States, as a nation. I celebrated and stood proud and never looked back. I enjoyed the view around me and realized that I felt proud to be an American citizen.  A naturalized one, that is. American by choice.