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Natalie McCoy


Happy Forth of July


The tents are set up and all the family arrives.
For it is the July Fourth family weekend party.
For three and sometimes four days the McCoy clan celebrates this special day.
We lay out on the pond, tell stories, set off fireworks, have campfires, play with the little cousins, have volleyball tournaments, and eat lots of food.
We always have a great time because it's just a bunch of crazy family fun.
Not only do we celebrate this special day but we celebrate our wonderful and huge family.
This is only one tradition we celebrate but we have many more.

Submitted: Sunday, April 19, 2009

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