I recently posted about my simple requests for a happy July 4th but forgot to mention the importantance of reflecting this time of year. This dawned on me last night while watching Saving Private Ryan. Every year sometime between Memorial Day and July 4th I like to watch a good American war flick. I know a movie could never truly give a guy like me, who has never officially served our country, an insight into what that’s like but it helps me remember why I have the rights and freedoms I do.
For me, it’s gotta be an early afternoon float on the Madison followed by a barbeque (at a neighbor’s house) that lasts into the night for a good bang (fireworks people, have some respect for our Independence Day).
You’ll have to wait until sometime in the fall to hear Coldplay’s fifth studio album, from which the Moose is currently playing the first single “Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall”. I thought this was pretty cool though, tomorrow night (June 25th) VH1/Palladia will provide you with a look at “Coldplay-Live From Glastonbury”. This will be the first time in the festival’s 41-year history that a full concert will be broadcasted on U.S. television.
With summer now officially underway, let me count the ways. This season is just so good for the mind and body (soak in that vitamin D while using the outdoors as your gym people). And my good people of Montana, don’t forget the sunscreen (it’s been a long winter once again)
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