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I can't finish this month, without telling you about the "calaca". The "calaca" is the same thing as
the skeleton or the skull. In Mexico, where I had the privilege of living for several years, "calaca"
is a word used to refer to the skeleton. What I love about Mexican "calaquitas" is that they choose to remember the dead in a joyous manner, with flowered hats and colored clothes, based on the
belief that the souls of the dead would not like to be remembered with sorrow. This is the meaning
of "Día de los Muertos" in Mexico and also for me.
Next Friday I will tell you more. Here is a photo of me proudly showing the skull that lives
inside of me.