“The real you is not you, the real you is what is within you. What is behind your joy or your melancholy. What gives you the reason to ponder. What moves or stops you. What makes you you is you.”
― Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
“The soul accepts the mystery within and all around, immersing itself in it, celebrating it.”
― Jay Woodman
May fifth is also known as Cinco de Mayo. This is the victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. This is the reason for the celebration of this day!
Easter May Look a Little Different
Easter may look and feel a little different this year. Across the Country and around the World Easter services are being streamed due to the Church’s being closed. Easter egg hunt’s are being done virtually instead of together, families are celebrating Easter dinner through Zoom and that’s ok! Even in this time of the pandemic we have found ways to celebrate and be together! Don’t fret and fear, we are all getting through this one step at a time. It may feel unconventional but we are all here for each other. Celebrate, feast and enjoy your Easter! Happy Easter lovelies! ❤️
“Our Lord has written the promise of resurrection, not in books alone, but in every leaf in springtime.”
– Martin Luther King Jr.
Dias De Los Muertos
Dias De Los Muertas is a celebration of life. The theme yes, is death but it is seen with celebration and togetherness. This celebration goes on for days, between October 31st through November 2nd. Families gather around and share tales, laughter and food with their loved ones in the flesh and spirit. We tell our loved ones that have passed stories and everything that has been going on in our lives and we can’t forget to share with them their favorite food. Dias De Los Muertos is commonly celebrated in Mexico. There are many other cultures that celebrate it too though.