Today the citizens of U.S.A. celebrate their country’s independence day.
I am proud to be an American. I’m proud of my fellow Americans, even if I disagree with some of them on various issues and actions.
One of the things that I hold dear is that we can agree to disagree (for the most part) in a democratic government, even with all the problems currently being faced, when adversity strikes, we band together, unified, to make the positive difference.
Today in Richland, Washington, my home, there may not be many fireworks. With unusually ongoing hot weather (100°-110°F) and the outbreak of fires nearby, it is not safe.
So today is a quieter day of celebration and introspection. It has become a good day to reflect on the direction
our country is headed and how …We The People … can help make a positive difference for the good of ALL Americans.
Freedom is a two sided coin, the other side of freedom is accepting responsibility, by making tough choices that insures our right to remain independent. This includes voting, so our free voices get heard and count.
I have faith in us … we Americans. I believe in the awesome diversity of our great country and our people and in our ability to make a positive difference going forward.
“…one nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all!”
Happy 4th of July! 🎉🎆☺