The Best Is Yet To Come?

Open the door carefully

Today is July 1st. 2020 is half over.

Before I get into my topic, Happy Canada Day to the my readers “North of the Border”

We are halfway through the year and aside from George Orwell and Rod Serling, not a bloody person had any idea of what this year would look like.

I’m looking forward to the next six months, focusing on the positive things than can come to fruition.

But, for now, I’m going to focus on the next few days, getting mentally prepared for Saturday night and 4th of July fireworks with four dogs who are not fans of things that go boom.   Martha and Winnie are enjoying their two weeks at Summer camp with their fur cousins.

Many professional fireworks displays have been canceled, resulting, at least here in South Carolina, skyrocketing sales of fireworks to individuals (pun intended).

For those of you living in places where fireworks are either not popular or not allowed, here in SC, we will endure hours of home fire works displays, some that rival professional displays, to where it will sound like we are in a war.

I be sharing the calming treats with the doggos.

The black ones are ours and the brown ones are Megan and Andrew’s.

 

About Ray V.

Living in Aiken, South Carolina, USA, I like to share what I am looking at, thinking about or listening to. I refer to this as the view out my window. Thanks for stopping by.
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9 Responses to The Best Is Yet To Come?

  1. josiesvoice says:

    Thanks,Ray and Happy 4th of July to you! FYI—July 1 is also National Doctors’ Day and it is a salute to all of them being in the front line in these uncertain times, including 1 of your daughters and 1 of your sons-in-law in the medical field.

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  2. Margy says:

    Greetings from north of the border. Pretty quiet here on Canada Day. We have often had 40 or so people over for an afternoon of festive cheer – but not this year. Just as well – rain and hordes of hungry mosquitoes that haven’t figured out how to social distance…
    Good luck with the dogs and fireworks and all the best on July 4th to our southern neighbours.

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  3. Candice says:

    Thanks for the Canada Day recognition. The celebration is different than usual, but this is still a great place to be in this crazy world.

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  4. They’ve been here for weeks. People love their colorful explosives.

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  5. Alan Palm says:

    I understand what you are going through Ray. I am not very fond of loud fireworks and things that cause loud Booms. I would rather have peace and quiet.

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  6. Live & Learn says:

    What a wonderful life they have!

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