What were you like as a child?

In this interview, conducted in November 2018 over the phone, Caleb Santiago interviews his grandmother Carmen A. Santiago about her life. Mrs. Santiago shares stories about her family and how they were a blessing to her. She also talks about...

Amy asks her godmother Michele about her life experiences so far.

In the following interview, Amy Maxwell (16) talks to her godmother Michele Edwards (67) about her life, as well as the differences between their own societies/generations.

Interview with Jordan Campbell
October 15, 2018 App Interview

Had the pleasure of interviewing Jordan to just talk about the process of LIFE!

“From her junior year of high school on, we’ve been best buddies.”

They were living in Seguin, Texas, when they met at a high school dance. After 55 years of marriage, Harvey Oyler talks about the secret to his long relationship with wife, Ann.

“It’s always good to have a buddy that you can talk to.”

Danny McWilliams is a veteran officer with the police department in Baytown, Texas. When he’s not in that role serving the community, Danny keeps busy training dogs. Earlier this year, he started The Thin Blue Line Dog Project to help...

Laura and Mathew talk about how it was when she was growing up.

The interviewee Laura demonstrates gratitude as she is able to be thankful for the many things that have gone on in her lifetime. She also spoke very honestly even when some of the questions that were being asked were very...

My Grandmother’s Life

In this interview conducted on November 26, 2017, Jonathan Rhodes (17) interviews his maternal grandmother, Betty Ann Coble Emmert (76) about her life. She talks about what her childhood was like while living in Texas with her older sister and...

“His entire unit got wiped out.”

He was born in Egypt, but he became a U.S. citizen and served in the military here. As a licensed counselor and director of the Veterans Center at Lee College in Baytown, Texas, Ehab Mustafa has made a difference in...

“I really enjoy all the traditions of India.”

Divya Singh is an 18-year-old Indian American who is in her senior year at IMPACT Early College High School in Baytown, Texas. Her parents emigrated from India about two years before she was born. Divya discusses what it was like...