Sunday, July 4, 2010

Happy Fourth of July

Hope today finds everyone having a safe and HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY. And those friends not celebrating the holiday, hope you have a fun day just the same.

Today's post is short and sweet. Please join me tomorrow when author Amanda Scott drops by to talk about her latest book TEMPTED BY A WARRIOR. For now enjoy the puzzle.


Click to Mix and Solve

17 comments:

  1. Mason - Thanks, and I wish you a very happy 4th, too!

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  2. Happy holiday, Mason. Hope it's full of fun, fireworks, food and felines!

    MJ

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  3. Have a wonderful celebration!

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  4. I loved the puzzle. Thanks.

    Have a happy 4th of July!

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  5. hope you're having a relaxing holiday, Masy :)

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  6. Have a great Fourth of July! :)

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  7. Hope you have a wonderful 4th!

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  8. Happy Fourth of July!

    Of course we don´t celebrate the day in Denmark, but as it was my dear grandmother´s birthday, it is also a special day for me.

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  9. Hope you're having a wonderful Independence Day! Enjoy :)

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  10. Happy Fourth everyone (in and outside the U.S.). Hope everyone has had or is having a safe and happy weekend. Sorry I've been MIA, but it was a crazy weekend. Life just gets in the way of blogging so often lately. :) Back on schedule later this week I hope. Thanks for stopping by.

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  11. Mason-I hope you had a great day-I am sitting in bed with the kitties hiding underneath as the fireworks are still going off. Enjoy tomorrow. PS I will be posting the recipe-but here is lowdown-2 cups oats, I cup milk, cinnamon, your favorite fruit, a teaspoon vanilla and almonds-mix them up, grease a pan and bake at 350 for about 45 minutes. I had this as breakfast-I would do it as a dessert also-I took yogurt and a fruit medley, blueberries, mango and raspberries and ate my oatmeal both with the mixture and without.

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  12. Hi Mason .. thanks for the sentiments .. it's always good to celebrate others' Independences .. often full of family celebrations, joy and laughter ..

    I'm sure you've been having fun with family and friends .. enjoy the time .. Hilary

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