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Celebrate the Small Things

How much more to celebrate than the freedom of living? You may not celebrate the 4th of July, but you can celebrate the fact you are alive and well.

So celebrate today. celebrate life and love and liberty!

Have a GREAT weekend you beautiful guys and dolls! I'm so glad you are faithful to visit my blog:)

Make sure you stop by Vikki's blog, Scribblings of an Aspiring Author, and say thanks for hosting this awesome blog hop:)


  1. I'll celebrate those thing with you! Have a fantastic weekend!

    Meredith’s Musings

  2. And alive sure beats the alternative!

  3. We should all celebrate those things, and what ever other little things we have to be happy about! Hope you all have a great weekend, full of things you love to do.

  4. Freedom! Yes. And living free is something we should give thanks for everyday. I'm with you on your small things celebration.

  5. Life, Love and Liberty - what great celebrations! :) Happy 4th July weekend.

  6. Being alive is definitely a good thing! Also fireworks are awesome. :)

  7. Indeed, it's great to celebrate life in all its forms. Hope you had a wonderful 4th and that you'll have a great weekend this week. Writer’s Mark

  8. We should all celebrate those things.


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