Celebrate Mother’s Day with Ford Social

Moms really deserve more than one day of recognition, considering all that they do. While the traditional flowers and brunch are almost certainly appreciated, they’re also very fleeting. Flowers fade and a good meal only lasts so long.

Memories, on the other hand, last a lifetime. How about sharing some of your favorite “Mom Memories” on Ford Social? Did that special lady in your life teach you to drive your first Ford? Was it your mom that helped you buy that first car? Was there a road trip with your mum that you fondly remember from your childhood? Take a minute and tell us about your mom by submitting a story!

In the meantime, enjoy these motherly stories from the Ford Social community:

  • When you’re sick or struggling, there’s nothing quite like the calming effect that mom has. Call it motherly duty or maternal instinct; most moms want to be at the side of an ailing child. Uta B. knows one such lady, who braved bad weather and drove an old minivan across a mountain range in the midst of a tough divorce so she could be at her son’s side when facing an operation.
  • Since many moms will do whatever they can to help their families through tough times, what happens when it’s mom who’s faced with adversity? One of our Ford Social members tells us about a family who rallied around their ailing matriarch after a tough bout with cancer. See what this lucky mom’s family did to boost her spirits in her darkest of hours.
  • It’s no secret that moms work hard. It doesn’t matter if they’re of the stay-at-home or working variety; moms bring order to chaos and can keep busy families on track. Michelle, a hard-working mother of three, just got a new Ford Explorer to shepherd the kids to and from school, practices and events. Check out her new wheels and see why they call her “Captain Mom.”
  • Speaking of new cars and moms, Kim B. has a great story about her mom’s 1964 ½ Mustang. Okay, maybe it’s not a “new” car in the traditional sense, but you’d better bet that this sweet ride is turning heads where ever it goes. Looks like mom has ignited a passion for ponies in her family. Check out this classic Mustang by clicking here.
  • That 1964 ½ isn’t the only mom-driven classic Mustang on the road today. Check out this orange 1970 Mustang with over half a million miles on it. Both mom and the Mustang are still on the road and going strong!

Remember, sharing your Ford Social story is easy! Click here to get started!

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