I am deeply thankful to all of you who viewed this page on May 5, 2013, I hope you all celebrated in some form.
One contemplation I would like to pose about the day is the misconception of the reason Cinco De Mayo is celebrated. I am sure many searches were performed on the day, and I am one to tell you that it is my hope many of you knew the correct origins of the celebration of the Mexican army's 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War (1861-1867). As noted by the History Channel.
If you have friends, co-workers, or family who would like to debate you otherwise, please share the outcome, as I would enjoy hearing how discussion played out in your experiences!
One other particular experience that weekend was Free Comic Book Day on Saturday May 4th. I hope all of you enjoyed the weekend full of celebration across the United States! If there are any international readers of this site, I would happy to hear from you!
While my blood line heritage is not of Mexican decent, I respectfully recognize the times when people celebrate historical events within their culture and backgrounds. As I am always asking for feedback and sharing of your personal experiences, once again I ask you to discuss, contemplate, debate, and share with this website!
If you have a historical event within your culture that often gets misinterpreted, or misunderstood, please write and comment about your experiences and how you correct these people in conversation.
I enjoyed May 5th, 2013 with my family and I hope you enjoyed yours as well.
Thank you for making May 5th significant in my statistics and views all the pages within this site, please come back again and I hope you continue to enjoy all the Blogtemplation entries I continue to share and open to the internet viewing world.
- The Establishment