Summer is awesome, isn’t it? I think our Dallas Four Hour Couriers would agree that it’s the best season for fun here in North Texas. For some of us, summer is a chance to sleep in. Not for our Dallas 4 Hour Couriers, of course. They’re still up at the crack of dawn, making daily deliveries before you even hit the snooze button. Also, shout out to all the other parents of young children out there. I wish my kid understood that summer meant it was possible to sleep in past the sun coming up. No, instead, I’m up at dawn like the Dallas Four Hour Couriers.
In just a few short days, our Dallas Four Hour Couriers and the rest of the country will celebrate our nation’s 238th year of independence. What an awesome day this 4th of July will be! Many of us plan on commemorating the day with a barbeque, party, or parade. No matter how you celebrate, chances are, at some point this weekend, you’ll hear our country’s national anthem. It’s a symbol of our freedom, a statement of our patriotism, and a tune that means a great deal to every American. But how did it come about? What made the author of this song so inspired to pen the words and music behind it? The history buffs of our Dallas Four Hour Couriers team have the answers.
One of the best parts about spring according to the Dallas Four Hour Couriers is the classical music of the symphony, played seasonally by The Dallas Symphony Orchestra. The Dallas Symphony has some exciting things going on this year, but perhaps the most exciting thing isn’t a “thing” but a “who”. Jan Lisiecki is currently a performing guest with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and some of our Dallas Four Hour Couriers can attest to what a treat it was to hear this young man play. Emphasis on the word “young”. Lisiecki is only 19 years old, and just freshly 19, at that.