Happy Fourth of July! When I was a kid this day meant block parties and fireworks; it also meant going down to the Pismo Pier where my Grandpa, Uncle and Aunt would help put on the big show. Nothing beat feeling the pier rattle and rumble while watching the fireworks light of the sky; knowing my family had something to do with it.
When I moved to Idaho the Fourth took on a different meaning... traffic. Haha. It meant everyone was headed North and it would take extra time to get home any day near the Fourth. It also means volunteering at and sometimes Chairing the Gem State Kiwanis Pancake Feed.
Today it is just another day with a trip to the NICU to visit Frankie (day 29) and an afternoon taking the kiddos to the river to cool off. I look forward to when Frankie is well enough to come home and life can start to feel normal again.
What does the Fourth of July mean to you?5
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