Thursday, July 2, 2015

America. This Is Home.

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Photo by Kayla Hott
In the heat of the summer months, it is easy to focus on the stress of planning trips or just staying cool! During this Fourth of July holiday, I like to think about catching lightening bugs at my Grandmother's house, rocking on her porch swing, and simpler times where we kids would laugh with abandonment while the home made ice cream was being hand turned. 

I also get chills thinking about our freedom in this country and the sacrifice that so many have made and continue to do so to protect it. 

What are some of your fondest Fourth of July memories? Please share them in the comments section below!

I wish you all laughter, love of family, and simple enjoyment over this holiday weekend. 

~Jodi Tate

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