Tomorrow, isn't just about the fireworks or the food you can eat. It's the celebration of America's independence from Great Britain. In 1776, America became an independent nation. No matter it's downfalls, America is one of the best countries in the world to live in. In the past, many countries used the Declaration as a means for their own freedom. They include France, Greece, Poland, Russia, and South America. U.S. presidents John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Monroe all died on July 4th. On this July 4th, try to remember the hardships that Americans overcame in the fight for justice and freedom. Remember how lucky you are to have a great life in America. For more interesting Fourth of July facts, visit: http://www.livescience.com/14844-50-fabulous-facts-july-fourth-declaration-independence.html
My name is Vittoria Anania. I am 28 years old and have intense need to convey myself through writing both physically and emotionally. I graduated from Nova Southeastern University in May 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications Mass Media. I was minoring in writing and had one more credit to finish it up, but the class was canceled my last semester. It was an intense disappointment, but I haven't allowed it to affect my life or my goals in any way. Therefore, I have chosen to blog and who knows, maybe I will be recognized! I am a certified TEFL teacher. I am a wife and proud mommy to a gorgeous baby girl, Giulietta and baby boy, Giovanni. That doesn't mean I gave up on my dreams, they're just beginning!