In the 1980s, Canada Day was moved to July 1. My children and I celebrated my granddaughter’s 1st Canada Day in a way that only an 8 month old baby can appreciate. We drove to parks, then strolled around, occasionally stopping to swing and slide at a playground, or look at ducks, geese, dogs, frogs, birds and butterflies. I treated parents to ice cream before heading out to see fireworks.
What a wonderful display it was! The colors, shapes and variety was well worth the wait. Children ran through the crowd with glow-in-the-dark wands, contributing to the general excitement and patriotism of the day. So much to be thankful for. A wonderful day full of wondurful memories.
Photograph submitted by Ariel Carcamo / July 4th 2014 Super Bright Fireworks by AC © 2014