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We will probably make turkey burgers on the grill and some salads, etc.  My one son lives an hour away.  He's a high school AP Math teacher and also works part time at a Christian Radio Stat
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4th of July - What are You Doing?

posted at 6/18/2011 12:37 AM EDT
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We will probably make turkey burgers on the grill and some salads, etc.  My one son lives an hour away.  He's a high school AP Math teacher and also works part time at a Christian Radio Station.  He will be working that morning from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. and will be here later in the day.  My other son lives 4 hours away and will be here for several days.  They will help with the cooking.  Then, before we eat, they will bring food to their aunt and her aid.  Their aunt is paraplegic.  They will also bring food to the elderly woman who lives upstairs from their aunt.  When they get back we will eat.

What are you planning?

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posted at 6/20/2011 10:59 PM EDT
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I believe we are going to have BBQ Chicken Breasts, Seasoned Baby Reds in foil, Garden Salad and Corn on the Cob.  Dessert will be a Choc. Chip Cake w/Choc. Icing.

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posted at 6/20/2011 11:56 PM EDT
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Our friends from AZ will be here, July 1 thru the 5th, don't know what I will make
for dinner yet! 

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posted at 6/21/2011 12:00 AM EDT
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Staying home and grilling out,ribeye steaks,grilled shrimp,baked potatoes,salad,corn on the cobb and no bake blueberry cheese cake and a red ,white and blue poke cake.

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posted at 6/21/2011 1:09 AM EDT
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Staying home and grilling out,ribeye steaks,grilled shrimp,baked potatoes,salad,corn on the cobb and no bake blueberry cheese cake and a red ,white and blue poke cake.
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Yum - I want to come to your BBQ, Gale!!!!

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posted at 6/21/2011 6:45 AM EDT
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Celebrating our nation's freedoms with family and friends! God Bless America the land that I LOVE!Innocent

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posted at 6/21/2011 7:00 AM EDT
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Our son and perhaps our daughter and son-in-law (depending on work schedules) will be visiting.  We will grill, eat out, take our pontoon boat out and watch fire works in Hot Springs, AR at our condo.

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posted at 6/21/2011 7:56 AM EDT
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Weather permitting I will be flying our flag and waiting patiently for my husband to come home from work!  Besides his day job my husband services in the USAF and I thank him and all who serve every day for the sacrifice they give to keep us THE LAND OF THE FREE!!

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posted at 6/21/2011 8:11 AM EDT
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Sunday, July 3, we'll have a celebration dinner after morning service at church.   Lots of good food and good times .... All started by Pledge of Allegiance and flying flags.

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posted at 6/21/2011 8:16 AM EDT
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I am going to watch the fire works and have a cook out with my friends.

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posted at 6/21/2011 10:21 AM EDT
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Staying home and cooking will watch the fireworks later

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posted at 6/21/2011 12:12 PM EDT
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Having a big bar-b-q with family and friends, then fireworks in the eveing.
All my family will be together this year. I will grill hambergers, hot dogs,and steaks.
Everyone else will bring salads and desserts.There will be around 30 adults and children,
we will all play games in the afternoon.

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posted at 6/21/2011 1:26 PM EDT
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we will stay home to many drunks out there . the state police will be out looking out for the drinking people .its butter to eat at home with neighbors

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posted at 6/28/2011 11:53 AM EDT
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I think we will be going to my mom's house.  One of the kid's that I grew up with in the neighborhood sets off fireworks every year so we wil go and watch them again this year.  Not sure what we will be eating.

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posted at 6/28/2011 2:41 PM EDT
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Our Town always has a big 4th of July parade with every thing from veterans, a Marine Band, little league, swim teams, churches floats, high school bands, scouts, and the lawn mower drill team from one of the local homeowner's assoc.  My husband will be riding his bike as part of the East Bay regional park district volunteers.  I will be attending with my daughter and her family.
Afterwards we always go to my son's for a pool party and barbecue.   My son and daughter in law supply the main dish usually chicken, hot dogs, and hamburgers.  The rest of the guests bring everything else.  I'll be bringing home made ice cream and cookies/ brownies.

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posted at 6/28/2011 3:19 PM EDT
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Sounds like you all are going to have a great time over the holiday.  We're just planning on spending a quiet(hopefully) day at home and maybe cook out.  We've had people setting off fireworks for over two weeks around here.  A little quiet would be a good thing lol.

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posted at 6/28/2011 5:51 PM EDT
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Probably moving the last of the stuff from the old house.  I will toss a chicken on the grill or in the oven and invite my daughter, son in law and grandkids down.  My grandson, all of a sudden last weekend when I made the Carmelita Bars (without nuts because he never liked nuts) said the bars would taste better with nuts.  So he and I will make another batch with nuts.  May make a Chocolate Mousse as well.

We may go watch fireworks as well. (Just might be able to see them from the house.)

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posted at 6/28/2011 11:31 PM EDT
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Sure I always have plenty.

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posted at 7/2/2011 9:04 AM EDT
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I'm wishing Everyone a Safe and Happy Fourth of July! God Bless all of our Service people who work so hard to keep us safe,here and overseas,this includes our police and fire fighters who also lay their lives on the line for all of us and of course their families!

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posted at 7/2/2011 12:19 PM EDT
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we live out in no mans land not much to do just stay home and cook
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