• Mackenzie Collins posted an update 2 years, 8 months ago

    Today in spanish 1a, we learned about Dia de los muertos,otherwise know as the ”day of the dead”. It began in Mexico. It’s celebrated November 1-November 2. Its a time spent to memorialize and celebrate the dead and passed loved ones. Nov. 1 is known as “all saints day”, a day to remember the kids that have passed during childhood. While Nov.1 is day of the dead, the day to celebrate the dead adults. Days leading up to the event, friends and family go clean and decorate the graves, as well as lighting insents. People dress up, play muisc, dance, have candle lighting cermonies, and have a good time. They celebrate death and welcome it and see it as a new begining to another, better life after life.