One hundred fifty years ago the battle of Gettysburg was being fought. General Meade of the Union helped to turn the tide of the American Civil War against the South and General Lee. This battle last three days and has one of the highest casualties numbers for Americans. For those three days brothers fought brothers; sons fought fathers. This battle was gruesome, but should never be forgotten. For the United States of America is one country and cannot be divided. The people may not always agree on everything, but we are a nation. A nation that was built by freedom and we can never forget what our forefathers did to make this nation free.
Happy 4 of July everyone! Sorry for no comic yesterday. My in-laws are staying with us and some how I forgot to hit publish after I had the comic up and running. The sad news is that the Sunday comic will be coming to an end soon. I’ve run out of classic ED comics. I’m using sketch comics that I’m drawing now, so I don’t have as many of those ready to go as I did before. Plus all the classic stuff is gone.
Here’s a quiz for you, can you name all the president’s here? It’s the William Club, so that should give you enough of a hint.
Happy 4th of July! I hope everyone is having an awesome holiday. I’m planning to go down to see the fireworks at the park. What are you planning to do for the 4th?