The Sunday Traveler ~ Travels with Mom

The Sunday Traveler dedicates this Sunday post to my mom on this Mother’s Day.

A grainy and old photo of my mom and I at the train station in San Antonio, Texas, getting ready to board the train for Mexico. The Sunday Traveler began travel even before this, but it is the first recorded travel of me that I have in my files. It’s been in my blood for years.

My mom on the left, and my Aunt Angeline on the right; sisters, and my two moms. The Sunday Traveler was clearly in love with travel and life here in Mexico. I still am, though the two principals are gone now. I continue on the path they blazed before me.

That’s mom on the right, Aunt Angeline on left. We sometimes ended up in crazy places to spend a few days, or weeks. My AirBnB beginnings, maybe? My mom always saw the humor in some of those places that were a little bit of a surprise when we got there.

Bless my mom and my aunt. And blessings to all the moms out there today.

Travel on.

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About Angeline M

Love travel and photography. Living in Northern California. Photos of locations visited are personal file photos.
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15 Responses to The Sunday Traveler ~ Travels with Mom

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  2. tripntravel says:

    Lovely memories, Angeline. Thanks for sharing them with us.

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  3. Oh what a wonderful post! Just lovely … And those images Angeline are fabulous! 😃

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  4. Blessings to all wonderful women,
    men wouldn’t be here without you.
    Thanks for memorable post Angeline

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  5. Happy Mother’s Day to you!

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  6. Su Leslie says:

    Lovely photos and memories Angeline.

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  7. Nostalgia with photographs, great tribute.

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  8. Lovely memories, Angeline. Thanks for sharing them with us.
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