Happy Independence Day

4th of July Parade in Morro Bay. Image: Bike SLO/Flickr
4th of July Parade in Morro Bay. Image: Bike SLO/Flickr

Whether you’re working as usual or sleeping in, stay safe and enjoy the disruption of regular schedules.

And if you’re lazing around, take a few minutes to read this NY Times article about the value of slowing down, paying attention, and hand-copying the U.S. Constitution.

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