This episode is dedicated to my mom, Alice Smith. I’m sharing the top 5 life lessons I learned from her as we celebrate her life.
To the woman who has always been there supporting me in every decision I make, I share this very special episode for her. I have learned so much from my mom. But, I will share with you the top 5 lessons I learned that has brought me miles and miles in this life’s journey.
This episode is filled with inspiration and life triumph that I have experienced in my life because of my mother, the woman whom I have never heard saying “Don’t do it”. Her trust and support have motivated me to succeed in all my endeavor ever since I was a child.
Listen to this episode and find out these life lessons. And maybe, you have learned all these from your mother as well.
I would love to hear from you! What lesson resonated with you the most, or what life lesson have you learned from your mom or mother figure?
Quotes:“I believe that all of the exposure demonstrated to me that there were unlimited opportunities.” - @DoreenRainey Click To Tweet “You should spend time doing things just because you enjoy it.” - @DoreenRainey Click To Tweet “I just cannot thank her enough for all of the support she has given me.” - @DoreenRainey Click To Tweet “She was there supporting me 100%.” - @DoreenRainey Click To Tweet
Alice Lear Smith
July 16, 1942 – July 20, 2018
Alice Lear (Rock) Smith is the oldest of four children to Violia Frances Windborne and James Jacob Rock of Woodford, VA. She was born July 16, 1942 in Washington, DC. She was her high school valedictorian, received her Associates Degree from Northern Virginia Community College and her BA from Potomac College, majoring in accounting.
She was married to Elbert Allen Smith for 56 years, and raised two fiercely independent daughters.
She loved her co-workers from PSI, Del-Tech, Stafford University, and the City of Bowie.
Alice loved to travel. Paris, London, cruises to the Mediterranean, Hawaii, and Aruba were a few of her destinations.
In her mid-twenties, she spent decades as a member of a bowling league, then in her 50’s became a member of the Women of Whist, where card playing was serious business.
She was preceded in death by one brother, James Rock. She is survived by her husband of 56 years, Elbert Allen Smith, her two daughters Sandra Gammons (Charles Gammons) and Doreen Rainey (Reginald Rainey), her two grandsons, Shemuel and Jakob; a granddog Monte, and her partner in crime, her caregiver for the past two years, and dedicated sister-in-law, Nevada Smith.
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