I just confirmed that I'm going on a trip with some friends to Guadalajara for Mexican Independence Day. I'll be leaving on the 15th and getting back on the 17th. The actual Independence Day is the 16th. It's the day that Miguel Hidalgo kicked off the overthrow against the Spaniards who were governing Mexico.
In the category of stupid things that happen, today I bought what I thought was a thing of yogurt at the grocery store. It didn't really say yogurt on the front, but it did say "Light" and "Crema Acidificada Reducida" on the front. It was in a yogurt-type of container though, so I thought I'd take a gamble. Plus, yogurt is made in some kind of culturing process that involves acid, right (and so is cheese, except they both actually use bacteria I think)? Now before you go assuming I ate cheese like it was going to be yogurt, I can proudly say I didn't. This is because after I took the cover off, I saw on the tinfoil seal the word "queso." Why they couldn't be bothered to put this on the outside of the container, I have no idea. So now I have ~8 ounces of cheese in a plastic tub that I have no idea what to do with. Maybe I'll find some crackers.