Lee told me it was the Fourth of July. Why I knew that because my birthday was yesterday. Yep you heard that right. I was her fire cracker dud, I popped on the third of July.
Lee said there was a parade happening and did I want to go?
Well look, to start the parade they had a Bagpiper Group. Yep they played my theme song.
They yelled I needed my Kilt on!!
Why look how tall my Uncle Sam is! Uncle Sam brought Miss Liberty with him.
We have the VFW Group here.
Yep here is the Anderson Township fire department and they are blasting their sirens.
Another Bagpipe, Drum & Fife Group.
Floats and different groups throw candy to parade watchers. I heard the children yelling candy.
Well I think I'm a child, so when the children ran to get things I ran with them! I got one piece of candy wrapper and all. I tried so hard when they tossed small Frisbees and balls and I thought I had one Frisbee it was coming right at me but a little boy grabbed the Frisbee. My mouth was open and ready to catch but the boy jumped in front - NOT FAIR!
A float with a Gold Eagle.
Coming up next are Cincinnati's
Let me introduce Mr. Cincinnati Redlegs and Rosie.
They are our home team, The Big Red Machine, The Cincinnati Reds mascots.
Pirate Ship the Scallywag.
Bahahaaaaaa look the woman has a leash on the van. That van and Smart car are impersonating dogs. That is the Clermont County Humane Society.
Look another Scottish Group swaying their kilts.
All decorated for the fourth.
Oh little Red Convertibles is Jazzi coming down the road.
No not Jazzi but the Shriners in their little Corvettes.
And we have the Anderson Park Board Represented.
Well that is just some of my July 4th Parade.
Come back next week because I have more of my Nati City to show you.
Thanks for being a friend
Traveling down the road and back again
Your heart is true and your a friend of mine
Sweet William The Scot