I love celebrating the Fourth of July!
I love our beautiful flag, everything it stands for and I especially love taking photos of it.
Over the years, I have taken quite a few and have shared them here on my blog.
So until I get some new shots, I will re-share some of the ones you've already seen.
Hopefully by next year at this time, I'll have some new ones!
This one (below) is my favorite.
So it's that time again...Terri is asking the questions on her blog and we answer them on ours.
This week the Medley is all about...
Well, of course it is!
Terri shares a lot of interesting history about how and why we celebrate the way we do.
Head on over to the Wednesday Medley and read all about it...you may learn something new!
Fireworks that are illegal in North Carolina include firecrackers, ones that spin on the ground, roman candles, bottle rockets, or any aerial fireworks. Essentially, any firework that explodes or leaves the ground is not legal in North Carolina. Basically they are NOT the ones that you will find in Walmart or the grocery stores. Now Tennessee is a different story and there is a great place that sells all kinds of them right off the highway on our way. We have stopped there many times with the grandsons and...what is it that they say about a kid in a candy store??
Watching a movie is actually the furthest thing from my mind on the Fourth of July.