18 Jun Have a Safe Fourth of July
Everyone loves getting together with family and friends and having a good time. Arguably, one of the best times to do so is during the summer. The weather is nice and warm. The days are longer, and the evenings nice and refreshing. This is why most Americans see summer as barbeque weather. One of the biggest days for barbeques and parties in the summer, is the Fourth of July.
Every year, we love to celebrate our independence day by getting together with friends and family members and enjoying some good food and drink. Then in the evening, we get to watch some pretty spectacular fireworks displays.
This is all great and fun, provided everyone remains responsible. Everyone should know their limits when it comes to alcohol, and know when to call it quits. This is especially true for anyone who planned on driving home. A person should never drink any alcohol before getting behind the wheel of a car.
Another thing that people shouldn’t do involving alcohol on Fourth of July, is getting drunk and setting off fireworks. When a person is drunk, they don’t always make the best decisions, which is why they shouldn’t be playing with explosives. Though they are small, fireworks can still be dangerous and should be handled with care. After all, you don’t want to wind up on the news because a drunk loved one set your house on fire.