4Th of July-National Independence Day

Hello my fellow bloggers, friends and family:

Yes I know that I haven’t written in a couple of months but I have a lot going on and that isn’t really an excuses but some of you might see it as such. I have been trying to finish my book and Roy you will be happy to know it is a lot closer than it was when I send you a couple of chapters. Plus most of you have heard me talk about my cousin Henry who is more like a brother than a cousin because we grew up so close had that terrible accident in April and his son wanted to go by military protocol which is to wait for a period of sixty days when a person is in a coma however Stephen didn’t take in to the fact that Henry had not woke up the whole time they were trying to get him out of his truck which had turned into a box. He had lots of head injuries, broken bones and other facts that were present that was not taken in. Anyway Henry as far as I know as finally been put to rest and I hope he finds the peace he could not find here on earth with the family he had left. Henry will be missed every day for the rest of my life.

On this 4th of July I would like to thank all of the men and women out there who have taken time away from their families and friends to help keep American safe and strong. I would also like to thank all the families out there whose soldier gave the ultimate sacrifice was their live. The Declaration of Independence was wrote way back in 1776 and all of those writings still mean the same now as they did then only stronger and truer because like then we had foreign armies coming on to our soil and fighting us for life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. The next you see a soldier tell him/her thanks for your service you would be surprised about what they say to you.

Well boys and girls I have had a the fun one can have at 024 in the morning while I’m still awake and the central part of the country and the east coast is sleeping but I’m no stranger to not sleeping but tonight I had to get the thing about Henry down and I wanted you to know that my belief for independence is always and will always will be to stand tall and be proud of your armed forces because they always stand tall for us (USA). On that note I believe I might be able to go to sleep. So good night everyone I hope you had a wonderful 4th of July and a safe one too.