I think we are having a casual family night...making tinfoil dinners I believe and hopefully seeing works. I love fireworks...have since I was little. Hmm...I think we need to have s'mores too...yummy, gooey deliciousness!
I am sinking myself into work. So I will probably work on the 4th and make some extra money. I prefer a BBQ but its so hot and dry here in the SW that its really not safe to do either. One of my favorite BBQ food would have to be potato salad. I love fireworks and haven't really seen any since I was a kid.The problem is they make me cry to see there beauty and meaning. Fireworks and the desert don't mix so I will probably watch it on TV and wish I was were they are. What are you doing for the holiday Caprice?
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