Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a joyous time to remember those who have passed away. In Mexico, ancient Aztec traditions were combined with Christianity during the Spanish conquest. As a result, each year families construct colorful altars or ofrendas in their homes that essentially welcome the spirit of their loved ones on November 1st and 2nd.
We played well today as a team. The passing was better, switching sides of the field. We stayed in our proper positions on the field and worked as a unit, thus controlling the defense. Maggie scored 3 goals, Leila had 2 goals, and Clare and Corrine each had 1 goal.