May/June 2021 – Exclamation Points

Ready for Summer Fun!

Butterflies galore! Wanda Kolkhorst, Kay Garrett and Kim Feldhoff enjoyed viewing the art murals during the Artwalk & Motor Madness in downtown Richmond.

Summertime here we come! In my book May is the official kick-off to summer fun. Summer is full of new beginnings from weddings to graduations, celebrating moms and dads, and let’s not forget the good times created on family road trips. Our family road trips were some of our most memorable times. I can still hear the kids singing, laughing, talking, a few sibling arguments here and there but most of all just enjoying each other. I miss those days, but I am looking forward to some fun times all together again this summer!   

Our cover story this issue is about a mom just in time for Mother’s Day. Quinisha Johnson had her sweet Jaxson at Houston Methodist Childbirth Center at Sugar Land, and not only did the Center provide a fantastic experience for this mother, but they offer a dedicated obstetrics hospitalist program that offers specialized emergency care for all moms-to-be who want more options. To find out more, check out the story on page 4.

Shopping for Mom, Dad or grads?  Check out our Historic Downtown Richmond and Rosenberg pages for some great ideas. Shop, sip and dine locally. Our small businesses appreciate it!

If you are looking for some fun things to do in our Brazos community, check out our calendar of events. The Fort Bend Museum and the George Ranch Historical Park both will be hosting some great summer events for all ages. For more information, visit and

May and June are truly great months to celebrate, have fun and spend time with loved ones.  I would like to wish all of our moms a Happy Mother’s Day, dads a Happy Father’s Day and to all of the Brazos grads, congratulations on your accomplishments!

Absolutely yours,

Kay Garrett