If you’re planning a Cinco de Mayo fiesta this year you might just want to add some mini piñatas to your table decor! They’re fun to make and you can hide candy inside them! No need to break out the mini baseball bat and blindfold to open them. They simply pop apart to reveal their candy inside.
The lasts are hard for me to deal with. Mostly because when they are happening we don’t know that they are the last. We have no reason to mark the occassion as special or set it aside as being different than any other day. We are just going on like it is a regular day. It is only in retrospect, in looking back, that the event has any importance.
But what happens as the years pass? I never really hear people talk about this. What about redshirting from the other side of the equation, when these boys are getting ready to graduate and move on to college. Six, eight, ten years later are the parents still happy with their decision.