She loved culture, so when she moved here I was finally able to take her to The Blanton Art Museum. She loved it. The plan was to take her to more art museums, but that was not the case. I am just happy that she got to experience the one here with me. I thank God for that. I love you mom.
In her element! Mom taught us a love for fishing, well a strong like anyway. Fishing was fun, just go out and sit snd throw your line out there. We have had many fun time doing just that, as well as shooting the shit. Long talks, special times, fun times. Made at a fishing hole. This was Lake Marble Falls, in marble falls texas. Sweet, sweet memories. I love you mom.
Walks along the dam in San Angelo. I used to love doing that with her. We would go early in the mornings, when it was still cool out. Walk one to two miles. Plenty of weight was lost on those walks. We saw javalina hogs, deer, and rattlers. We would walk and talk. I will miss that, but life goes on and so do I. Much love mom, much love.
Just another trip of many to the Capitol, she loved the Capitol, as did I. We have pretty much the same styles of what we like and this was one of them. That day we ate at the Capitil Grille that is at the capitol. The food was good, we spent time walking down congress street and just enjoying the beautiful, sun filled day. Me and mom. I love you mom, I will miss those times spent, but will never regret them.
One of our last photos as a family on San Angelo. Before I moved to Austin. I miss you mom, so very much. The ache of you not being here…
Mom’s oldest, my sister. Outside of my apartment. Not sure what we were doing that day, or if it was before they moved here, or just visiting me; either way I like this photo of them. Mom I miss you. And love you.
A photo taken at the water lilly garden in San Angelo. The last time we would visit there together. It was fun, and quality time was spent mother and daughter style. Her and I were a lot alike, when it came to adventure, museums, botanical gardens. We just vibed that way. I truly miss things like that. I love how she is looking into the distance. Pondering some far away thoughts… or maybe thinking, it’s time to head back to Austin. Much love mom.