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Thursday, July 2, 2015

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48 comments:

Duca said...

I am from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bosnian Independence Day is a public holiday held on 1 March to celebrate independence of Bosnia and Herzegovina from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.

Alexandra Perchanidou said...

I am from Greece. On March 25th we celebrte our own dat where we began the war for our indepedence! Thank you for the giveaway!

Adriana Palma said...

im from portugal and i dont even remember the day of portugal :O maybe thats bc i live in canada quebec and here was last Wednesday 24 of june if im nor mistaken.. we dont really celebrate it.. thank you for the opportunity

Maria Malaveci said...



We celebrate American Independence Day on July 4th every year. We think of it as a day that represents the Declaration of Independence and the birth of the USA as an independent nation!

Cali Willette said...

I celebrate Independence day in America and my family loves to BBQ. :) Thanks for the giveaway.

Christine said...

I celebrate Independence Day, and I do so with family, grilling and enjoying time together :)

Susan T. said...

It is Canada Day today! July 1st. There is a parade and fireworks and all kinds of bands and entertainment in our park.

Carol L. said...

My family & I celebrate Independence Day in America with family Bar B Ques, parades & watching the fireworks display at a local park.
Carol L
Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

kiwi_chick_2882 said...

My national day is called Waitangi Day which is in February and celebrates the signing of the treaty of Waitani between New Zealands indigenous poplation and the european settlers

Nikolina said...

I'm from Croatia and we celebrate our national day on June 25th.

Ashfa said...

I'm from Sri Lanka and we celebrate it on the 4th f February with fireworks!!

Nikki Johnstone said...

I live in the USA so I do celebrate with the rest of country, but I am originally from England. We don't actually have a national day that I can remember, nothing like the USA has. We don't really celebrate St George's day, but we do do fireworks on Guy Fawkes Night (November 5th).

Judy said...

I live in the US so we celebrate on the 4th of July. Our complete family get together and grill, play games with children, and then watch the fireworks together. A real happy and entertaining time.

Vicki said...

I live in the U.S.A. and we celebrate on the 4th of July with cookouts and fireworks.

Rita said...

I live in the USA and will be spending the day with family on the 4th of July.

Anne said...

I'm from the US, so it's picnicing, parade and fireworks.

GFC Anne38

Stormi Johnson said...

From the US so it's the Fourth of July. :)

Jen Barnard said...

I'm English, we have St George's day, but no really celebrates it.

elin said...

Celebrating Independence Day here in US. I'm going to the beach with friends :D
gfc pinkflower

lbraley said...

I hate to put a damper on this comment page, but we lost my dad two years ago, we haven't real celebration since for the 4th. It was his favorite but now we just stay home and watch the fireworks from the deck.

Jewel said...

I'm from AUS so its on Jan 26 for us. My family & I usually have a BBQ & watch the festivities on TV.

Catherine Siborutorop said...

I'm from Indonesia and we celebrate our independence day on 17th of August! We always have a flag ceremony in the morning and lot's of games and festive later on.

Isabel R. said...

My family and I normally watch TV Specials concerning our country's history then have a huge celebration after.

Michelle Willms said...

We celebrate our Independence Day on the 4th of July with a cookout and fireworks, usually.

jmcgaugh said...

We celebrate Independence Day (4th of July). Many people have picnics, cookouts or family reunions, and there are lots of fireworks.

Courtney Gendreau said...

My family and I are having a BBQ

Mystica said...

I am from Sri Lanka. Independence Day is 4 th February

Cozy in Texas said...

I stopped by your blog today. Interesting to read comments from your world wide followers.
Ann

Gisele said...

I'm from El Salvador. Our Independence Day is 15th September. We usually do like a big parade in every city with fireworks and stuff

Jan Lee said...

I was hoping to spend the 4th of July with my family, but I'm sick and have to stay at home. The neighbors have decided to play loud loud music, scream and jump around in their living room so it's not been pleasant at all :(

Tara W said...

I celebrate Independence Day. Rain cancelled our cookout, but I plan on going to the lake for a fireworks show tonight.

Stephanie Verhaegen said...

I live in Belgium and our national day is on July 21st but we don't really celebrate it or anything.

Thanks for the giveaway!

Anubha said...

I am from India. We celebrate Independence day on 25th August. It starts with morning live telecast of parade on Red Fort and then I spend the rest of the holiday with family

Elizabeth Chang said...

I'm from Canada, and we celebrated Canada on July 1. My family went downtown to watch the fireworks.

Denise said...

We celebrate Canada Day on July 1st with a barbecue and lots of fireworks!

Jessica Cox said...

I live in the US and our national day is July 4th Independence day

Cookie said...

In Australia we like to sit back with a barbeque :)

Katarzyna Z said...

I'm from Poland and we celebrate our Independence Day on November 11th.

Trixi said...

USA here and we celebrate with fireworks and lots of American flags flying!

Ariel Lola said...

My family and I celebrate the 4th of July. We always go see the fireworks and occasionally have a cookout and roast marshmallows and play with sparklers at night!

Josy Herrera said...

It was great! There were fireworks, BBQ, and a pool party!

Farah Khalaf said...

I'm from Jordan, so ours is on the 25th of May :)
We don't really do anything special, it's just nice to have a day off.
Thanks for the giveaway!

Esperanza Garcia said...

I am from USA and on our National Day we celebrate our freedom to choose our religion!

Adriana G said...

I live in America so we celebrate Independence day on July 4th. We BBQ and watch the fireworks.

Danielle Merkle said...

I celebrate Independence Day on July 4th!

Cindy Mai said...

Ooops. Accidentally commented on the box given at the rafflecopter. :D
I spent July 4th barbecuing with my family at the local park and played all sorts of sports like frisbee, kickball, and volleyball. :) Thanks for the giveaway~

Jaime Lester said...

Fourth of July was just a regular day for me.... Work, and then a nice celebration watching the neighbors fireworks with my hubby.... and our dogs going crazy because of said fireworks!

Michelle J. said...

We celebrate Independence with fireworks!