Yesterday, I promised I would post that night.
But I had a good reason! My mom wouldn't let me. That's the truth. And here's why...
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Back to "And here's why..."
So, yesterday was definitely amazing. It was the
4th of July!
Happy birthday, America!
I had this long post all ready about what this day means to me, but, well, let me just tell you from the beginning.
Yesterday, my family went to church, then we picked up Ryann's friend, then we had a BBQ. Then we went swimming for hours (I'm surprised I didn't get sunburned) and dropped Ryann's friend back home. The four of us sat outside and threw poppers, lit Glowworms (Not actual worms), and lit stuff on fire. Sadly, sparklers are illegal where I live *sigh*.
Then, it got dark out. So we all (with the help of my dad) climbed on our flat roof and watched six different firework's shows (I live in an odd house in a wash that looks like a hill. Yeah, I told you it's weird). We watched that for about an hour and a half.
Then, me and Ryann looked at our neighbor's house, who were throwing a little family party, and they had *gasp* sparklers! I was so jealous. I wanted to call the police on them, but I guess that's not very neighborly. :)
Then we all got out little glow sticks and were popping the last of the poppers from the roof (they are so cool at night).
Then, we went inside, ate key lime pie, and watched Star Wars.
Here's the part I was getting to-
I got tired of watching Star War's, so I was going to go blog to you. But my mom said "No computer! Go to bed."
So I was forced to go to bed.
That was a long story of my day!
Well, now it's not very special if I tell you all about America's history and how people died for us and why these 234 years have been amazing, because it's not the fourth of July anymore. And I'm pretty sure you know (if you live in the USA) our history, because you go to school. Haha.
I'm going to shut up now. I'm going to post pictures tomorrow :)