The Declaration of Independence (July 4, 1776)

Just a quick reminder about why we are celebrating today.

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Since the image is somewhat difficult to read, here is the most famous (and my favorite) section of our Declaration of Independence:

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

Read the full text here.

Happy birthday America. Thank you for my freedom and liberty. May we celebrate your peerless greatness as a nation for many, many, many more happy birthdays in the future.

The Greatest Wedding Dress Ever

I do!

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High Five! Down Low! On the side…

slapping-five-with-whaleImage source: Metro.co.uk via eldoobie on StumbleUpon

The Amazing Sweet Lemonade Quilt

The woman who made this quilt just became my new personal hero.

sweet-lemonade-quiltImage source: Imgur

[And a huge shoutout to Reddit user psychonumber1 whose wife made the amazing quilt
and is actually considering making more and selling them. Go here
and convince her to do so!]

If you can’t understand why this quilt is so amazing,
you clearly do not waste enough time on the Internet.

Regardless, here is your answer:

Note: If for some reason the video isn’t appearing above, click here.

This guy could never be a politician

Although, at least according to legend, Abe Lincoln would be proud of him.

Way to go Will. You da man.

cheers-will

Image source: Tumblr

Lettering for “The Princess Bride” 20th Anniversary Edition is…Inconceivable!

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Source: The Chive

Markland Hanley