Morning coffee on the patio. We used to do that alot when I was in San Angelo, not so much in Austin, due to my working schedules. We would have the occasional time on the patio with wine in the afternoon though. These are the moments that enriched my life; her words of wisdom flowing throughout me. Yes mom, I did hear what you were saying. Love you.
A day with mom. Times I will always treasure. Was not always this way, but once I moved to Austin, I found my breathing room, and got a new prospective on the importance of mom being in my life. I grew up, and got a better understanding of our relationship, and I will forever be changed by it. Thank you momma. I love you.
My mom was one of the strongest women I have ever known. She fought her way through two heart attacks, and other ailments. She had scarlet fever when she was a child, made it through that. She was a stone cold fighter, and I loved her for it.
To you mom, may you have your flowers up in heaven.