Today we celebrate México’s Independence. Last night, the President and heads of municipalities all gave “El Grito,” literally, the cry. The Cry for Independence made in 1810 by El Cura, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla. I elaborated more on México’s Independence in 2010, its Bicentennial HERE.
This year, I would like to share with you pictures shared by my Beloved Mami ♥ She shares images of México’s celebration from her home town, Teuchitlán, Jalisco. The Land of the Gods. Home of the only concentric pyramids I might add. I really have to share more images of those with you, I have before, but never an exclusive post. Hmmm, I’m laggin’ it. 😛
But I digress, on to the PICS!! Yesterday, along with the Grito, Teuchitlán also celebrated its Charros. ENJOY!
This first image is Teuchitlan’s Parish. Of course the flag to celebrate our Patria!
This one and the next are inside La Parroquia.
This next image is of La Presidencia, the Municipal Office.
These next images are of Charros and Charras.
And these kids, they know how to enjoy a celebration!
And this last image – Thank You, Mami – is of Our Beloved Guadalajara!!
Y QUE VIVA MÉXICO!!!