|Watching the U.S. Capitol’s firework display on TV|
But I still would argue that for the majority of us (at least in most first world countries), our daily lives have still been generally unaffected for the most part. Most previous “problems” we’ve faced over the past years could manage to be mostly ignored by not turning on the news. For many of us, this pandemic is the first time that our comfy little lives have actually been disrupted in a truly unavoidable way.
We’re still at my parents’ house this morning and Ethan just woke up. My time alone on the patio will probably be coming to a close momentarily, so I’ll fill you all in on more from our 4th of July fun tomorrow. 🙂 Hope you all have a great end to your weekend!!
I am grateful for July 4th falling on a Saturday this year. In past years, Ivan and I usually have had to work on July 5th. We have stayed over at my parent’s house for the holiday but then have often had to rush home early the next morning. I’m really grateful that today we can have a slow, relaxing day before heading home later this afternoon!