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FREEDOM Celebration

Some better lighting outside
 for a gathering of 4th Decor.
 Ms. Flying Angel with the flags
 and the book of Presidents.
Last entry is Eisenhower- 1953.
 A Betsy Ross school 
musical playlet- undated. 
  A bit of vintage Mary Engelbreit.

An old book in a handmade frame.
 Stars and stripes on the 
church pew with the quilts.

Papa and Gigi getting ready for the troops 
to come home for a family celebration.
 Papa and Gigi with the  boys-
 the SEVEN GRANDLOVES.
What fun with the troops!
 Draping the deck in 
red, white and blue.
 Some back yard fun
 in-between rain showers.
You can't beat water play 
when it is 90+ degrees and humid.
What a blessed day to be 
all together for the 4th of July.
Thanks be to God!

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