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Monthly Archives: October 2014
Dia de Los Muertos is a period of days when the souls of the dead return to visit the living. It is really like a family reunion. There has always been the understanding among families that the things we have … Continue reading
In recent years, all things Dia de Los Muertos have become increasingly popular. You can find Mexico’s iconic imagery everywhere — from toilet seats to tattoos and even used as a popular wedding theme. Although I think its wonderful that … Continue reading