(Not) Silent Sunday Posted on July 5, 2020July 4, 2020 by Hannah Keene Share this:ShareEmailLike this:Like Loading...
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Not quite as lacking silence here last night. My neighbor usually has quite a lot of fireworks but only a few firecrackers this year. They are illegal here in Massachusetts but that never stopped him before. We didn’t miss them. 🙂 The University of Massachusetts usually has a large display as do many nearby cities but all were cancelled.
We’re still having a few booms and bangs that momentarily scare the dog…….
While I commiserate with your dog, I can understand people’s need to find some reason to celebrate and let it linger a bit. OTOH, sometimes people are just inconsiderate.
I don’t think they are inconsiderate – I think it’s a number of things combined – the murder of George Floyd, the peaceful protests, still being under a Shelter In Place mandate for 120+ days, (people are out and about, masked and 6 feet apart but no restaurants are open, no public gatherings) the warm weather, the 4th of July, celebration of summer,……….
I agree. I mentioned inconsiderate because that describes my neighbor in many ways. 🙂
Oh dear. 😟
Just a bunch of little irritants but otherwise not terrible. Fireworks, trash blowing into our yard and left for us to pick up, loud music, fast driving, loud conversations…nothing awful, mostly jubilance but irritating. And maybe I am just a bit curmudgeonly. 🙂
😂 Curmudgeonly – I love that word and it’s rarely used nowadays!
If a word fits…. 🙂