Happy 4th of July?
This is generally one of the times of the year I would really enjoy. There’s fireworks, barbecues, street fairs, the weather is great and there is tons of great food to eat. However, this year as holidays come and go, they tend to be very bittersweet. What used to be a time of celebration has now become a reminder of what “should have been.” Today, I should be taking my daughter to Good Neighbor Day at Kerr Park. It should be her first 4th of July. She should be having her first experience with fireworks, which I am sure would be a little scary for a baby. But I don’t get this experience at all. Instead I get reminded that my daughter is gone.