Every day of the year is an important celebratory day somewhere.
Make yourself a pitcher of icy margaritas and have a think on that!
Just in case you care…
Cinco de Mayo is seen as a day to celebrate the culture, achievements and experiences of people with a Mexican background, who live in the United States.
Mexican food, culture, and music is done up real nice.
Many of the largest festive events are held in Los Angeles, California, and other western states.
I live in Indiana, where the commercial elements of this holiday have still found a way to take hold.
Could it be that Americans no matter where we live use any excuse to celebrate any holiday?
And while your sipping and thinking on this, see if you can figure out why the chicken crossed the road.
I know I’m being silly right?
Seriously though…here in the United States we have people living among us who are from countries that span the globe.
When they have something to celebrate, we have something to celebrate.
Frankly, I love celebrating. How about you???
Can you think of other holiday celebrations that make retail outlets go nuts for their customers???
Are you planning a Cinco de Mayo party at your house this evening? Tell us all about it in the comments section.
What the heck does eating salsa, tacos, drinking frozen margaritas, and playing festive mariachi music have to do with anything in your neck of the woods???
Thank God it’s Friday, so maybe no explanation is needed.
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