The month of May brings with it yet another bevy of schedules, bills, places to go, things to see, people to do, and of course some fun holidays. The first major holiday of the month is Cinco de Mayo.
Holidays commemorate events, a time to remember, to reflect, to eat enchiladas.
Cinco de Mayo is often confused as being Mexico’s Independence Day. Last year (on Friday Sept.16), I mentioned to a student that “tomorrow is Mexico’s Independence Day.”, to which the student replied, “Really? It’s Cinco de Mayo?”
You’ve really got to be careful about not eating tainted meat in those enchiladas.