Tag Archives: Dia de los Muertos

Monday Photo Minimalism ~ Up in Smoke

Prayers and offerings sent up to the ancestors for Dia de Los Muertos. I’ll be gone for a couple of weeks, see you all again soon.

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The Sunday Traveler~Close to Home

The Sunday Traveler traveled to Oakland, California last Sunday; travel is travel. I hopped on the rapid transit train for a 30 minute trip to attend the Oakland Museum of California’s celebration for Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the … Continue reading

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The Sunday Traveler ~ Postcards From San Antonio

San Antonio at night What began as a one week trip turned into a three week sojourn. And here we are, dwelling on days filled with friends and memories of the city that I used to call home. The Sunday … Continue reading

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Dia de Los Muertos ~ Celebrating Death

I first started seriously talking to my ancestors, long departed from this planet, as my mother lay dying in her hospital bed six years ago. In the hospital for several days, and her breathing becoming more and more difficult in … Continue reading

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Dia de Los Muertos; Las Catrinas

In Mexico November 1st is celebrated to honor day of the dead (Dia de Los Muertos). People celebrate and honor their ancestors by visiting their graves if they can, and also putting up altars in their homes with remembrances of … Continue reading

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Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)

Mexico, and Mexicans everywhere begin to prepare for Dia de los Muertos, a Mexican holiday that commemorates friends and family who have died. The celebrations take place on November 1st and 2nd, that align with the Catholic’s All Saint’s Day … Continue reading

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