Today is Cinco De Mayo day. It’s a holiday that’s celebrated most in Mexico and commemorates the Mexican army’s unlikely victory over the forces of Napoleon III, in Puebla Mexico on may 5, 1862. The French had invaded Mexico hoping to obtain cash to pay debts they owed to other European governments but were defeated in a battle that’s remember today with Mexican food and drink. I refuse to call the Corona Virus Pandemic Spring we’re living through the “new Normal” but it’s clear the way we celebrate Cinco De Mayo Day, if we choose to do so, will be changed this year like almost everything else in our lives. We’ll have to get our Mexican food, our Coronas or Margaritas in brown paper bags for take out instead of dining with our friends in local restaurants. But for those of us looking for something at all to celebrate Cinco De Mayo Day may be as good of an idea as any other today. That’s the way I see it.