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Natasza Waters: Happy Fourth of July!
Monday, July 4th, 2016

nwNataszaWaters_AuthorLogo_noframe_fullres Happy Fourth of July! I hope tonight you’re sitting on a blanket with the man of your dreams overlooking a lake and watching the fireworks fill the sky with your sweetheart holding you tight. In Canada, we celebrate on the First. No matter what country you’re from, this holiday weekend celebrates independence. It didn’t arrive without its struggles. And maybe we still have to fight sometimes to keep dark things at bay, but it’s worth it when we spend the day at the beach, the delicious smell of hamburgers wafting from the hibachi while our children are laughing and playing on the sand.

You might be spending this weekend with family at a cabin, or friends are coming over tonight for cocktails and a quaint dinner on the deck. Maybe you’re taking your folks out for a sunset cruise! (Be careful, I work for the Coast Guard and I don’t mind sitting around doing nothing. It means you’re safe.)

When I look at the peaceful relationship that Canada and the US have being neighbors, I hope that one day countries in the Middle East will mirror our union. Our two countries are the same but different. Independent but joined when disaster or war raises its hand to threaten either of us. While we bask in the sun this weekend and enjoy all our comforts and freedoms, we have to nod our head at the struggles it took to get where we are. Over the years, there were voices that rose above all others to say, “Peace is far better than war.” And we listened. To gain independence in the past, men and women gave their lives, and although we mourn for lost loved ones, we’ve grown from each experience. The Fourth of July may have its roots in the signing of Declaration of Independence, but the words were only a guideline to strive for and live by. Our actions since 1776 are what brought us to 2016 as an abundant nation with opportunity to do better each day.

Each year when July 1st and 4th roll around, I hear these words: Apart we are strong, but together we’re stronger.

Happy Independence Day America.

Love, Hope and faith

nwNat 2Natasza Waters
Award winning and bestselling author
Writing stories with a cup of romance and a twist of steam.

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2 comments to “Natasza Waters: Happy Fourth of July!”

  1. Sheri Fredricks
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    · July 4th, 2016 at 10:46 am · Link

    What a wonderful blog post. Truly. The 4th of July isn’t about gigantic sales at the local mall or a reason for some to get blotto drunk. It’s good to remind the younger generation of that fact. Thank you for your service to your country. Canadians and Americans are stronger together.



  2. Michelle
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    · July 7th, 2016 at 1:41 pm · Link

    Ditto!!! Xoxo