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Sunday, July 4, 2010

Happy Independence Day!!!



4 comments:

NOS said...

Happy Independence Day right back atcha! I love American history.

And don't worry, you didn't step on my toes with your comment on my blog. But I don't think I'm angry with her because she takes attention away from me-- I would love it if someone paid attention to her ED but no one does. I am the designated patient in the household and it sucks.

Wishing you well (and once again, happy 4th),
NOS

Mike Golch said...

CC,great videos.Thanks for posting them.Big time hug!

Just Be Real said...

Thank you for remembering this day and sharing the video's dear one. Happy 4th to you and yours.

Clueless said...

NOS, I'm glad that I included the history. That is important to me. I'm glad that I didn't step on your toes. Hope you had a happy 4th

Mike,Oh, that big hug felt good. I'm really glad that you enjoyed the videos.

JBR, Thank you. I hope that you and yours also had a great holiday.

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