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.
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.
One thing that was certain about my mom… she loved to fish! Put her on any pond or by any lake, and she would have a smile on her face. I did love that. This photo was taken in San Angelo, we just decided to go back and do some fishing that day. I will definitely miss theses times, but here’s to memories. Much love mom.
A photo of my step dad and mom, we visted Marathon TX, and this was Santa Rita No 1. It is a oil derek. Those were some good times we had, taking long drives and rides. Something that I will miss dearly. She sure loved to go. I miss you mom, I have you in my heart always. Perhaps I too will find someone who dosen’t mind driving, and me riding to long, and adventurous places.
In bloom. Taken last spring, when the Bluebonnets were in high form and bloom. Mom loved the season change, when the blue bonnets were vivid in the hill country. A photo of her and her husband in the blue bonnets. I am going to miss that with her. But I have a photo, and the memories of that amazing day. I love you mom, may there be many blooming and vivid flowers for you.
Much love, indeed these two had been married for 30 years. But had known one another since childhood. You could definitely see the love with them.
This photo was the first time mom had gone to The Blanton Museum. It was a fun day after we got there, before it was a little nerve wracking, only because we took the bus, and we walked down to the museum, and I was figuring out which way to turn, but once I righted myself, we were on our way, and she loved it. I never did get a chance to take her to other museums around Austin, but she really did love this one. This is the stacked waters wall she is standing in front of. It was a very fun day indeed.