Roses for her anniversary. She loved flowers, any smell goods, and plants. She had a green thumb. I sure do miss her.
A very rainy day it ended up to be. We were headed out to go see the pow wow. We did not make it; as soon as I snapped that photo, the skies opened up. We decided to just go back home. Good decision, it rained almost the whole day.
Granted she was not always the best to get along with, she was an amazing woman. I loved her regardless of things that was hard. And she loved us. She was strong in heart and spirit, and she stood up for what was right. May you have eternal peace mom. You were and still are loved by many.
Walks along the dam of life. One of the best places we walked, but also one of which you had to be careful, due to snakes and other critters and wild life. These were fun times. Miss 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.
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…
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.