HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY

Small box for MadMimi letterToday we celebrate and enjoy our freedom.
Today our houses display the American flag.
Today we count our blessings as Americans.
Today we proudly sing God Bless America…
Today we relax and have fun with our families

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Today we admire the beautiful sceneries of the ocean, or the mountains, or the cities…

Whether our ancestors came two hundred years ago, or whether we are a first generation of Americans and pioneers, we should list our accomplishments with satisfaction and pride.

Every time I travel I enjoy discovering new countries and new cultures, but I can’t help feeling relieved and relaxed when I returned home, and I always say God Bless America, my home, sweet home.

Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom, must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it. ~Thomas Paine

This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave. ~Elmer Davis

Two boxed sets of wonderful novels for your holiday reading:

Authors of Main Street boxed set is here just in time for wedding season with an eleven- book box. And who doesn’t love a wedding? That happy couple represents love and hope for the future. Each novella is complete and was written just for the set. Some are sweet and some are sexy. All are perfect for Main Street!

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A 10-book bundle by New York Times, USA Today, and National bestselling authors at a bargain price. Get ready to toss the bouquet and say, “I do!” as ten brides risk it all to find their happy ever after.

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2 Responses to HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY

  1. I agree with you, Mona. My first trip out of this country happened when I was 21 years old. I went to Denmark to see the land of my ancestors and also visit family in the service. I was gone six weeks and loved seeing all the new and different things. But, when the airplane landed at San Francisco Airport, I had a rush of thankfulness that I was an American. I couldn’t explain the feeling to my Mother, but it was a lot bigger than me and to this day I am glad to experience the life we have here. It may not be perfect, but it is ours. My father, father-in-law, husband are returning vets – my Uncle Ova gave his life as a hero at the age of 24 in Germany. I never forget their sacrifices.

  2. monarisk says:

    You gave me goose bumps, Paisley. God bless your family and the men who continuously serve to protect our freedom.

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