My Dad

This is my dad who is the most interesting man I know

Joo Haeng Cho and Sandra Cho

Sandra Cho (49) interviews her father Joo Haeng Cho (82) about his initial arrival into the U.S. in 1964 and his first few jobs working at Washington, D.C. area hotels.

papa tom interview

interview of james Tomas graue III

The second best interview ever

talking about my moms life and childhood and what experiences she has been through.

Eric Pulvers Story

This interview is done by Ava Pulver (17) towards my dad Eric Pulver (50). We discussed my fathers childhood relationships as well as his life after. We talked about how he met my mom and how he feels about being...

Greg Soumokil & Shane Bassett

Eight months ago Greg needed a heart transplant immediately or he was going to die. They didn't have one available for him and had to give him an artificial heart. One month ago, he got a permanent heart. His road...

Xander And George’s Discussion

I talked with my Grandpa George Molinaro about how the world was back when he was young.

Do you know why you are here?

Johnny McMurry interviews his Aunt Tammy who is a spiritual warrior. she has let a very spiritual life and has passed things on to her nephew!

My Great Thanksgiving Listen

In this interview, I had my grandpa talk about his military life, and his childhood life. I also found out his political views, and what he thinks about politics

Great Grandma’s Story

A conversation with my great grandmother growing up, her cheese making father, meeting her husband, her six kids, moving across the United States, creating a successful business in Portland, and 91 years of gracious living.

I’ve Always Been The Same Person

A life summary of my Grandma, Lauren Heald. She is 65 and I never truly asked her about the stories of her life.

Betty Herringshaw, Linda Lander, Becca Brubaker

Betty Herringshaw (86) talks with her daughter, Linda Lander (64) and granddaughter, Becca Brubaker (26) about her life

"I see you. I hear you. And I ache for you."

In May 2020, communities across the United States were emerging from shelter-at-home measures put in place to stem the COVID-19 pandemic. In Minneapolis, George Floyd, an unarmed Black man, was killed when a white police officer kneeled on his neck...

Dave Schoen talks to Yasmin Misra about his childhood and his experiences later on in life as an educator

On November 21, 2018 in Dallas, Texas, Yasmin Misra (16) and Dave Schoen (74), family friends, discuss Mr. Schoen's childhood and Norwegian upbringing in rural Wisconsin. Mr. Schoen also talks about teaching as a university professor in Indiana and how...

Idaho Cultivating Success with Amanda Snyder

For almost 20 years, the Idaho Cultivating Success Program has provided production, marketing and business education for sustainable small farms and ranches across Idaho. Most recently, Idaho Cultivating Success launched a new program, Idaho Farm Link, connecting beginning farmers seeking...

Justin Rowland and Teriyana Morton

Justin Rowland (43) talks with new friend Teriyana Morton (28) about his upbringing and his career as a 911 dispatcher and police officer. Justin talks about how he met his now fiancé Amy, and shares how they began dating and...

Dick Deane and Jonathan Lane

Jonathan "Jon" Lane (74) interviews his high school wrestling coach, Dick Deane (85), about his life of service to the Moses Lake community. Dick talks about his family, shares memories from high school and college, and explores memories from his...

Hailey Christensen and Molly Coddens

Hailey Christensen interviews Molly Coddens over Facetime for an 8th grade language arts class, Hailey learns about Molly's childhood growing up in Burlington Washington. This was for class, but it became so much more.

Rosalyn Schragg and Leanna Hayes

Rosalyn Schragg [no age given] interviews her friend Leanna Hayes [no age given] about Rosalyn’s journey from Rotherham, England to Soap Lake, Washington State. They also discuss Rosalyn’s marriage, children, career, and home.