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Editorial: Independence Day 2011

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Independence Day, Fourth of July, "The day I catch up on yard work?!?" However you refer to the 4th it's a holiday we all look forward to each year for different reasons. 

The 4th of July is commonly associated with parades, barbecues, baseball, outdoor concerts and of course - fireworks.  Each of these activities represents a wonderful opportunity to share quality time with co-workers, family and friends. So put down the smart-phone, no texting or emails and strike up an old fashioned conversation over a hotdog and a wonderful display of theatrics in the sky.

From someone who has just spent a good deal of time out of the country I can truly say it's great to be home in the USA.  This is a great country we live in due in large part to freedom and liberties we enjoy because of the service and sacrifice of our armed service men and women-we thank you.

Enjoy your holiday, be safe on the roads, be careful with fireworks and create some memories with those you love.

We appreciate your feedback.

Copyright 2011 WSFA 12 News. All rights reserved.

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