Thursday, June 14, 2012
The Fourth of July was always considered the country's birthday, but it is believed that in 1885 a teacher in Wisconsin liked the idea of a holiday just to celebrate our flag. It took a long time until Woodrow Wilson established Flag Day in 1916. But it took until 1949 for President Truman to declare June 14th as "National Flag Day." I tell you all of this, because I got nothin' to say about my picture of the flag! Well, actually I could say I was desperate again, an wondered what I would find, and then wandered onto the porch and saw this.
Posted by Ken Spencer at 9:43 PM