Gino has been saving his leftover fireworks from the 4th of July for just this occasion; New Years Eve!
According to official rules where we live we can light them off between the hours of 6 p.m. and 1 a.m. on New Years Eve. So let the fun begin…
All bundled up because it’s only 24° outside!
Looking way back to see the aerial display.
In between the aerial displays she’s throwing snaps on the ground.
She loves these.
Proud of her.
She’s been terrified of sparklers and anything that goes BOOM!
Slow going for her and the sparkler.
Starting to give it a little twirl.
They last longer in the colder temperature.
Sparks are flying at the end of her gloved hand!
Trying to get all the little ground fireworks to light was a bit difficult.
But they can create their own little spark and bang!
Light up the night and that’s the end of our show.
I’m going in… my feet are freezing and I can’t feel my nose!