Good day to you all and thank you for stopping by! Today is Patriot's Day, the day we commemorate the battles of Lexington and Concord which were fought near Boston in 1775. Anyone remember the Paul Rivere poem? Patriot's Day is typically held on the third Monday of April and is a state holiday for Massachusetts and Maine. Though many people do make the mistake since the names are so close, Patriot's Day should NOT be confused with Patriot Day, which marks the anniversary of the terrorist attacks in the USA on September 11, 2001. In the areas of Lexington and Concord, there are numerous reenactments for the public to see. Anyone in Massachusetts planning on going to one? I've never been to one and would love a first hand account and/or pictures of what it is!
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How are you celebrating Patriot's Day? Why not take the time to support a disabled veteran in her pursuit to gain as much independence as possible, regardless of her disabilities? Who might this person be, you ask? Why ME of course! Last week, Monday, I launched a Kickstarter project to raise funds in order to acquire equipment for my pottery studio to make the processes of creation more ME friendly...if successfully funded, it will give me near complete independence when it comes to my pottery, and I won't have to ask my fiance to help! When you have to rely on someone on a daily basis to get around because I can't drive, for help getting into bed on my bad leg pain days...gaining any form of independence is a true blessing. Please help me reach my goal. You can find my Kickstarter project HERE.