Post Archives tagged ‘Fourth of July’

Seeking Independence From Ignorance

Posted on: July 2nd, 2015 by

Today my 7-year-old daughter is participating in her day camp’s Fourth of July parade. The children will be marching around waving American flags, as they do every year. Ari looks forward to this parade, the fireworks on the Fourth, and she enjoys listening to how the United States gained its independence. Throughout the year, we have discussed how this country is a true melting pot Continue reading the story "Seeking Independence From Ignorance"

A July to Remember: Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

Posted on: July 3rd, 2013 by

July 4 is a time for celebration here in the United States. One of my most memorable Fourth of July celebrations happened during the bicentennial in New York City, where many, many New Yorkers painted fire hydrants our red, white, and blue flag colors. And, yes, I took part. So that would make me a patriotic vandal. That was the most memorable, fun Fourth of July ever for Continue reading the story "A July to Remember: Planes, Trains, and Automobiles"