Saturday, July 4, 2009

Happy Independence Day

To all of my friends in the United States of America as you celebrate this auspicious day.

July 4th, 2009 - Happy 233rd Birthday!! ♥

Freedom has its life in the hearts,
the actions, the spirit of men and so
it must be daily earned and refreshed-
else like a flower cut from its life-giving
roots, it will wither and die.

~ Dwight D. Eisenhower

18 comments:

Sarah Sofia Ganborg said...

this is really considerate and sweet of you to think of them!

re your comment on my health-blog; I was quite shaken about your words, and mainly about your experience! I am really sorry you had to go through this! Diane, I do have some info which could be very beneficial for you. Send me an e-mail (it's on my blog/profile) and I will mail you back, because what I have to say is too personal for a public blog. But it's definitely good news, I can tell you that much!

thanks for being so open and honest. my heart goes out to you!
love, sarah sofia

foam said...

ohhhhh .. that's right .. it's the 4th ..
yawwwwwwwwn .. it's early i need a cup of coffee ..
and then i'll ponder the significance of the day ..
you are so very sweet and thoughtful to think of us on this day...
thank you, dianne ..
(big cyber smooch)

Little Lamb said...

Thank you, Diaane.

dianne said...

Well dear Sarah Sofia they are my American frienda and I wanted to do something nice for them, it is a very important day in their history.
Thanks, I have sent you an e-mail. ♡

dianne said...

You are welcome dearest Foamy , how could I forget all of you, I wanted to do something nice for you all as I believe this day in your history was very important and liberating.
You get up early like me yawwnnnn, its still dark here when I get up and thats my first thought a nice cup of instant coffee after I have fed the kitties then I watch the sunrise and listen to the birds.

Thanks dear Foamy here's a big cyber smooch back at you...I hope you have had a good day. ♡

dianne said...

You are most welcome dear Lil Lambie , I hope you have had a lovely day. ♡

K9 said...

well, weve had the classic day. worked the garden, went to a parade, cooked out, saw fireworks and spent some time discussing the state of the union. thank you. for remembering us sweet dianne.

dianne said...

You are welcome dearest K9 , I'm pleased to hear that you have had a good day, sounds perfect to me. ♡

boneman said...
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dianne said...

Why thank you Boney dear, for speaking on behalf of the rest of the residents of America...you are most welcome. :-) ♡

HLiza said...

hello dianne, i saw your comments in my blog about the accident. thank you so much for the nice words..i'm recovering well at home at the moment. I've seen your comments too in other people's blogs (we like the same people)..you must be a wonderful person too then. Good day and the world is a nicer place with somebody sweet like you!

dianne said...

hello dear HLiza , thank you for your lovely comments, yes we do like the same people...and from what I read from your words you are a sweet person too and very much loved by many. ♡

I am so pleased to hear that you are out of hospital and that you are recovering at home with your family and loved ones.
I hope you will be fully recovered soon. ♡

Ruela said...

I'm late but Happy 4th ...



;)

dianne said...

Thank you dear Ruela

you are very sweet...but I am Australian, just wanted to wish my American friends a Happy 4th... ♡

/t. said...

HAPPY
9th, DIANNE!


¤ ¤ ¤

/t.

dianne said...

You are so sweet dear /t.

Thank you

HAPPY 9th, to you dear friend! ♡

Dianne xo

puerileuwaite said...

This post inspired me to think about "context".

For instance, the Statue of Liberty in its present location inspires patriotism and hope for many people.

However, take that SAME statue and park it outside of a burning Frankenstein castle; where it then becomes sinister and ominously foreboding.

dianne said...

Well Puggles my sweet it was my intention to convey the context of freedom and liberty for those seeking refuge from oppression and a new start in your great country. ♡