July Fourth

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                Well, the Fourth has come and gone.  Mine was actually pretty fun.  I went up to Hampton for the day with some friends.  It was really nice out so there were no problems with weather.  It was nice to just hang out at the beach for like ten hours.  It is something you donít get to do often.  We stayed for the fireworks at night, and those were fun too.  It was also kind of cool because there was a small thunderstorm as the fireworks were going off, so you could see lightning in the sky behind the fireworks.  Something that is unusual to see, but still awesome nonetheless.

                This weekend, I will have a family cookout at my grandfatherís beach house in Maine.  I havenít seen them for a long time so itíll be nice to have a mini family reunion.  Iíll let you know how it goes!

                Thatís all I have for now!  Talk to you soon!

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This page contains a single entry by Lacourciere, Steven A published on July 5, 2012 10:44 PM.

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