No, I’m not early in wishing you a Feliz Dia de La Madre – here in Mexico Mother’s Day is always celebrated on May 10th, no matter what day of the week it is. Our observation so far is that this day is celebrated with:
While we were at Costco waiting for our battery to be tested (nope it was no good so they gave us a new one) we watched all the carts go by on their way out the door. The place was packed with Mexicans (usually it’s mostly Gringos at Costco) and there was a constant lineup to get out the door. Well over 90% of the carts had at least one bouquet of flowers – most had 2 or more. And more than 80% had a cake. Flowers and Cake in almost every single cart. We also saw a lot of tables set up in the streets selling bouquets and the street vendors at every stop light were doing a brisk sale of their roses. Tonight as we drove home from our evening with friends, we saw families with tables set up in the streets, laughing and listening to loud music. And eating cake.
Feliz Dia de las Madres!