Happy Independence Day and Week!

Thank You to all who served, sacrificed and loved me and fought for my freedom in America. That includes families, wives and Husbands and all who cried tears, shed blood and came back to our shores changed so we could be free. Some including my dad didn't make it back home. So I honor him and the thousands who loved us. Im so thankful. I honor you today. So a Happy 4th of July! to all my friends and family! Yes if you are reading this I consider you a friend and family! The thing is I just want to leave an encouraging word for your Holiday and life. Many of us will be spending it with family and friends and enjoying BBQue and favorite drinks and laughs and sun and fun. Celebrating our countries Anniversary/Birthday is something everyone should be proud to do. Many laid down their lives for us to enjoy the freedoms we have today. So to keep this short and to the point I pray and hope there is no other place you would rather be than where you are. Please take the time to enjoy your family and friends and be thankful for your freedoms. Today turns into tomorrow and a new day and yesterday will be gone leaving us with only the memories to cherish. I hope you take the time to look, watch listen and love. Tomorrow isn't guaranteed and who knows if the same people will be around next year. Life is for the living. So be thankful for those who went before us and laid it all down. Be thankful to be able to look at your children, your parents, your neighbors and thank God they are in your life today. Soak in the moments. Don't wish to be somewhere else. Tomorrow will get here soon enough. I added a song I recorded originally written and recorded by Dave Loggins Titled, "Please Come To Boston." this is the Howard Lull version. This world may not be your kind of town, being thankful with friends and  family is your kinda town. I love you all and pray peace and protection upon you and yours. Enjoy the Holiday and your freedom responsibly and lovingly please enjoy and my version of the  song. Go all the way near the bottom of this blog and click on the arrow. Drop me a note. I love hearing from you. 

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