Mothers are our teachers, starting from the time we are born and lasting throughout our lives. They have a role in teaching us how to be good people, take care of ourselves, and even be a success in the business world. The Cornerstone team looked back on our fondest memories with our mother's and remembered our favorite things about the most important women in our lives.
Mother’s name – Eva Dailey Rich
My mother made the best fried chicken. It was crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. She often made it for Sunday dinner.
Mother’s name – Audrey Nelson Smail
My mother laughed easily, loudly and often. She could light up a room with her smile and her laughter. I do miss the sound of her contagious laughter!
Mother’s name – Michelle Reed
My mom took us on the best adventures when I was a kid. We never had a boring weekend. My favorite adventure was a bike ride to our favorite pizza restaurant where we played cards and ate pizza together.
Mother’s name – Patricia
My favorite thing about my mother is when she taught me how to make her famous Yams, that was a shared secret between her and I that I will continue to carry with me and pass down to my kids.
Mother’s name – Kimberly
My favorite thing about my mother is that she can make friends with anyone! She is a social butterfly.