The Fourth of July
Giant flags of red, white, and blue, children shouting in parades, spinning noise-makers, streamers, and centerpieces: sounds like the perfect birthday celebration! But, the Fourth of July is more than just the nation's birthday. It is the countless number of friends and family, the perfect weather, the backyard barbeques, and the brilliant fireworks that light up the night sky. No other holiday makes people feel the same as they do on the Fourth of July.
On the Fourth of July, friends and family come together at parties, barbeques, carnivals, and picnics. People mingle for hours on end with only a light wind across their back and an ice-cold soda keeping them cool. It is a great day to catch up with old friends and the perfect time to meet new ones. Seeing loved ones on the Fourth of July only adds to the excitement felt on this holiday.
The hot, glorious weather on the Fourth of July is ideal for any summer activity. White shirts and khaki bottoms are the perfect traditional outfits for keeping anyone cool and comfortable. The scorching sun has all the children in the neighborhood playing in the crisp, cold water, while their moms and dads lounge lazily by the pool. On the Fourth of July, a glass of ice-cold lemonade with ice cubes that turn to puddles after leaving the cold of the freezer for more than five minutes is just what you need keep cool on such a sunny day. As the sun dips behind the hillside, children start to chase fireflies all over the block and place them in jars so their flickering, gentle lights can send the kids to sleep when their bedtime comes.
The Fourth of July brings friends and family together for backyard barbeques that last all night long. The smell of bratwursts and hamburgers sizzling on the grill is enough to make anyone's mouth water. The fresh fruit seems to be infinite and the chips and soda are in never-ending supply. Popsicles are essential for children when they are finished running around and...
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