Houston Woman Celebrates Independence Day With The Wrong Flag When her grandson was looking at the World Cup schedule, he noticed that her July Fourth shirt is the Panamanian flag, the BBC reports. She plans to continue wearing the shirt — it's tradition.

Houston Woman Celebrates Independence Day With The Wrong Flag

Houston Woman Celebrates Independence Day With The Wrong Flag

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When her grandson was looking at the World Cup schedule, he noticed that her July Fourth shirt is the Panamanian flag, the BBC reports. She plans to continue wearing the shirt — it's tradition.

NOEL KING, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Noel King. An 88-year-old Houston woman has been wearing the same shirt on the Fourth of July for over 20 years according to the BBC. It's red, white and blue with a blue star and a red star. When her grandson was looking at a schedule of World Cup games, he noticed something - her Fourth of July shirt is the Panamanian flag. She took the news with good humor. Her grandson says she plans to continue wearing the shirt. After all, it's tradition. It's MORNING EDITION.

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