“She was my reality,” Antonio Basco said. Discovering that such a large number of individuals need to come and respect her, he included, “makes me feel superb.”
Antonio Basco had been dozing on the asphalt beside his wife’s new cross for about seven days.
He had been awakening under the tenacious El Paso summer sun to clean up the dead and shriveled blooms and prepared the white wooden commemoration for the overflowing of grievers who have been flooding the Walmart to offer their regards.
The 61-year-old, who passes by Tony, isn’t sure what else to do. He’s been awakening by Margie Reckard each morning since he met her 22 years prior in Omaha, Nebraska. “She was my reality,” he said.