I am one of the Americans who actually knows which country we won our independence from in the 1700s as well as many other facts of our country’s history. I appreciate our country and those who sacrificed for it and continue to protect it to this day. It is what it is.
Still, I work with people who toil mightily to gain their independence to do the things the rest of consider normal every day and I appreciate our customers who help us help them to achieve more independence than most people think possible. It is a different perspective on Independence Day that is much more personal than the holiday meaning of it yet I can’t help but think about it even more so on the 4th of July.
So, thanks to you all and I wish you a happy Independence Day. We sure appreciate all of it.