...Cinco de Mayo. I hope that this is a great day for everyone. You would think that since my Daddy is part Mexican we would have a lot more Mexican paraphernalia. That's what you would think. Wrong! The only things that we could find were his statue of an Aztec warrior, our Mexican blanket, and his statue of an eagle eating a snake while perched upon a cactus. We learned from this website that "according to ancient Aztec legend the Aztec people were told by their God that if they wanted to find the promised land they were to find the place where an eagle sat perched upon a nopal cactus while eating a snake. After hundreds of years they found the eagle on a swampy island called Lake Texcoco. The new Aztec home was named Tenotichlan, meaning Place of the Nopal Cactus. In 1325 they build what is now Mexico City." What a very informative website.
I am a 6 year old American Eskimo. I live with my Mommy, Daddy, and sister, Sierra. I enjoy long walks, hikes, camping, and going to Lake Tahoe. I love to play. My Daddy is my favorite toy...I love to bite his hands. I love my parents very much and they love me.