Sunday, July 5, 2009

One Nation UNDER GOD...

There is no greater gift....
I love the 4th of July~I love the picnics, the fireworks, sack races and dunk tanks. I love lying on the grass and laughing so hard my stomach hurts. I love the watermelon, the parades, block parties, and flags flying everywhere. But most of all, I love being an American- and the privilege I have to live in a country where I can enjoy all of these things and more.


















My God! How little do my countrymen know what precious blessings they are in possession of, and which no other people on earth enjoy!

-Thomas Jefferson

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful, fun day you had. We are so blessed to live in the USA. Wish we could have been there. I would have liked to try that water slide (if I could do it with all my clothes on), Ha!

Mom and Dad

Chantelle said...

The quote is AWESOME and the pic of the feet is my favorite. Adorable! (and amen!)

Holly said...

Your children just take my breath away. They are so beautiful and God has such good plans for them!
I've missed you!

James 1:27 Family said...

Honestly, Amy, you live in paradise. That parade, those kids, the pool, the pictures, the outfits. It's breathtakingly beautiful! I had forgotten that such places still exist. Just awesome! God bless you all.

Laurel said...

GREAT pics!

Laurel :)

Bethany and 3sonsplus1 crew said...

We are very blessed indeed!! And I'm LOVING those stripey toenails!!

Blessed Mom of 8 said...

Amy,

Your beautiful family is one nation under God and what a blessing it is!

I love the photos and my favorite is the toes too! How fun! I should have done that for the girls.

Glad to see you had such a wonderful 4th of July weekend!

Hugs and much love,
Jill

One Big Fat Sugar Mama said...

How do you always come up with matching outfits to go with the holiday? I come up with that but ine are always a holiday behind he hee...
BTW, we get Boss tomorrow!

TracyC said...

You have the coolest family having the most fun and looking gorgeous doing it all. Can I be you when I grow up?