Mother’s Day here in Mexico is celebrated on May 10 regardless of on which day of the week it falls.
And it is HUGE.
Remember way back when when Easter was a really big deal in the U.S. (and presumably in Canada too)?
I do. The ladies would get all gussied up, put on not just their Sunday best, but clothes for those extra-special occasions. And, an Easter bonnet. I loved it. All those hats bobbing around. A Jackson Pollack painting of color.
Well, that close to what you find here in Chapala on Mother’s Day.
And flowers. Flowers everywhere.
Once upon a time I worked for AT&T in Long Distance (back when long distance was a big deal). Mother’s Day was the heaviest calling day of the year.
Well, Mother’s Day here in Mexico brings the whole family together. Live and in-person.
It didn’t seem that the restaurants were overly crowded.
Maybe everybody went here. Happy Mother’s Day with fun and games for the entire family.