I loved it! I'm going to watch it agian.
Randall: Thanks. I love fireworks. I make all of the oowww and aahhh sounds. I'm such a dork; D
Wonderful Bastille Day!
Doug: "...let them eat pastry!" (Ostensibly attributed to Marie-Thérèse by Jean-Jacques Rousseau in 1767.)
Oooh, awww, pretty :)
OOO! Aw!O! Only fireworks explosions I saw this July. We were told we'd have a great front row seat from our living room, but it most certainly didn't come to be.Thanks for sharing.
I love the fireworks, very well done..
Kim: I make those sounds, too.Quilly: No fireworks for your anniversary? Congrats by the way on your 1st year together.Daniel: Me, too. Boom, boom.
Better than being there! No mosqitoes! Thanks.
We could smell them!
You know...flashlights are much more effective for getting around the house during a power outage. Just saying...
Wow-wa!! Honestly, I thought I smelled sulphur when I finished watching.What a great WW post. I always hold my breath until the finale ends--you?Was this in your town?Thanks for sharing!
what a cool post i love fireworks
Sandy: The 'sqitoes were out big time in real life.T & I: That kind smells good, huh?VE: But not as much fun, unless you are making scary faces.Noni: We traveled to farm country for the festivities.Stephanie: Me, too, me, too.
Wow, some firewprk display. Gorgeous.Thanks for dropping by on Middle Ditch. It's a good thing I check my older posts occasionally.
That wasn't WORDLESS !I definitely heard, "Snap, Crackle, Pop !"
I love grand finales. Good wordless, speechless moments. :) They're the best.
Monique: I'm trying to catch up on your fun English country drama. Swampy: I can not be responsible for the words other people may use; DShari: We just have to be careful flies don't get in our open mouths.