Happy Birthday America from the Minnesota Property Group
Things to do on the 4th of July – some of them a little wild and crazy!
posted by Lindy Medeiros
Display the American flag.Celebrate patriotism! Watch a 4th of July parade. Eat ice cream. See fireworks. Eat and drink. Be happy. Have Fun. Salute the flag. Kiss a veteran. Sing the Star Spangled Banner. Paint your face. Watch a baseball game. Pledge allegiance. Eat a hot dog. Host a party. Serve barbecue. Wear American flag earrings or a pin. Take a boat ride. Ride a bike. Enjoy a lemonade. Drink beer. Run a 5K. Visit family. Play golf. Go jump in a lake! Sing America the beautiful. Serve a birthday cake with red white and blue candles! Make a wish. Walk the dog. Raise the flag. Play tennis. Watch the sunrise. Take courage. Go fishing. Watch a patriotic movie like Captain America, Forrest Gump, Apollo 13, or Born on the 4th of July. Sing Yankee Doodle Dandy! Grill a steak. Make some red, white and blueberry popsicles.
Eat more ice cream. Express your patriotism. Sing God Bless America. Play with your kids. Wear a red white and blue T-shirt. Attend a patriotic concert. Go camping. Sing your heart out. Paint your fingernails red white and blue. Ditto to your toenails! Better yet get a tattoo of the American flag. Skip down the street. Whistle. Hug your kids. Be Grateful. Play lawn games. Dance the night away. String red white and blue lights on your patio. Listen to John Philip Sousa’s march The Stars and Stripes Forever. Appreciate your freedom. Have a glass of Sangria. Watch the sunset. Get engaged. Get married. Be born. Dress up like Uncle Sam. Read the Declaration of Independence out loud. Donate to Save the Eagles Foundation. Get an eagle tattoo. Be inspired. Be Joyful. Go on a picnic. Be Brave. Smile. Laugh. Eat more ice cream.
On behalf of Joe Houghton and the Minnesota Property Group…
Stay safe. Make this the best 4th of July ever!
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