When I got back from decorating the graves in the Pantheon, this lone artificial flower was lying by my kitchen door, having fallen off the bunch as we carried them to the car. The marigold I found in the street as I left the Dia de los Muertos art show that I had pieces in. Flowers abound during this time of the year.
For Cee’s Flower of the Day prompt.
My internet which has been out since yesterday just came back on and since I have an appointment in 25 minutes in Ajijic, I need to leave; so since I have just discovered the prompt word today is “Ghost,” I think it would be appropriate to reblog this blog about Dia de los Muertos in Ajijic last year. Mary, this one is for you.. It tells the story you wanted to hear. Please click on the below URL to see the tale and and photos that illustrate it:
A nursery in Ajijic hung marigolds from a massive tree at its entrance for Dia de los Muertos. Stunning!
In late October, everything in Mexico is about MARIGOLDS and Dia de Los Muertos!!!!