Guasave, Sinaloa. Red gladiola, pompoms and plastic and paper flowers were seen in dozens of graves this Tuesday. Guasave Municipal Pantheon,
from the first hours mother’s DayInspired by love and respect, hundreds of mourners reached the cemetery, saying that this day should first be met with the existence that gave them life.
In isolation, golden age music could be heard in the tombs, playing pocket recorders, lighting candles, and some with brooms and dustbins on their shoulders, others with buckets in their hands to clean their loved one’s final abode. used to pour water for
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Francisco Arredondo arrived at the cemetery long ago. He arrived at the grave of his mother, María de los Angeles Pea Quinones, where he left two bouquets of flowers made of blue crepe paper and a cross.
Many years have passed since his death due to pneumonia at the age of 73.
The memory of that loving man who always gave good advice to his 10 children still exists today, and despite his death, for him “May 10th must first be mom and then everything else.”
Higginia Penado’s daughters, like every year, couldn’t miss the pantheon to visit their mother, who lives in the Las Huertas neighborhood and died of throat cancer on July 26, 2019, at the age of 84.
Gathered as ever, they remembered how their mother taught them to be a family with parenting and values. How ever since she was a child, she channeled her passion for nursing by teaching them how to treat, apply serums and above all respect others.
Today only a memory remains, whose presence wished her to be a very good mother and today she reaches with red roses which she loved so much in life.
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Mothers like Martha Escarega had to work. Like every year, it was set up outside the pantheon with flower sales and even street stalls brimming with cakes in the festive spirit of the day that honors mothers.