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Archive for November 1st, 2007
Well, another Halloween has come and gone.
Yes, Charlie BrownÂ
I don’t understand it. I went trick-or-treating and all I got was a bag full of rocks! I suppose you spent all night in the Pumpkin Patch. And the Great Pumpkin never showed up?
Well, don’t take it too hard, Linus. I’ve done a lot of stupid things in my life too.
Stupid!?! WhatÂ do you mean stupid?? Just wait till next year. Charlie Brown. You’ll see…Next year at this same time. I’ll find a pumpkin patch that is real sincere.
Days of the Dead (Los Dias de los Muertos)
A traditional Mexican holiday honoring the dead. Los Dias de los Muertos is not a sad time, but instead a joyous time of remembering friends, family and loved ones who have passed.
It is celebrated every year at the same time as Halloween and the Christian holy days of All Saints Day and All Souls Day (November 1st and 2nd). Some areas celebrate the holiday for one day, while other celebrate for 2 days.
Visit our Los Dias de los Muertos (the Days of the Dead) website for more
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Its November 1st and the Holidays are fast approaching. So fast in fact the malls and storesÂ out this wayÂ are starting to show signs of the Holiday Season! And we only celebrated Halloween yesterday!
November begins with Los Dias De Los Muertos, or Days of the Dead (Nov. 01-02). This import from Mexico and South America celebrates family and friends who have passed. Unlike the sorrow and sadness of the US culture of death, Los Dias De Los Muertos is a happy and jubilant time to remember and honor your loved ones. And there’s lots of smiling skeletons too!
And who can forget Black Friday and the beginning of the Christmas season? So start saving up those penniesÂ because it feels like its goingÂ to be a quick month!
BTW – I know its in December, but Chanukah is also early this year. First night – December 4th!
Here’s some fun facts about November…
Month of year: 11th
Horoscope: Scorpio, Sagittarius
Originally the ninth month of the Roman calendar, November was named for novem – the number nine
US General Election Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, Black Friday*
*source: Daily Holidays on the Net