My Grandma

I, David Norman, interviewed my grandma, Anne Shearer. I asked her questions about her life and about her memories.

The Life of A German Citizen Living in America

My Mom, Arnika Hoover, explains how she grew up in Germany and how her life has been a lot different than she imagined.

Growing Old Together

Looking back through time and looking forward to getting old, together…

My Grandma’s Story

We talked about her childhood and her life in America

Shirley, 93, wants everyone to know they might live longer than they expect

Shirley shares stories about aging, about her passions of kids, dance, and reading. She grew up in California as the daughter of a cowboy and has lived in San Francisco for over 40 years. She is 93 and hates the...

Recovery

The way of life as a child and past decisions that were made. How addictions and triumph has overcome.

Creativity for a Lifetime Project

I talked with Evelyn about her creativity through her lifetime as she led me through her stories of being an art teacher, a musician, and a healing practitioner.

Hailey (17) interviewing Crystal (Mom, 39)
November 27, 2017 App Interview

l got a brief overview of what life was like when she was growing up. l got to know another side of my grandparents, her life and how it has changed, and how she became who she is today.

Interviewing my Grandparents

In this interview I talk to my grandparents (both in their 80s) about aging and creativity, both personally in their lives and in the larger world.

Leveda Faulkner interview

This is an interview about healthy aging with my adoptive grandmother Leveda Faulkner

Interview with David Osterberg for Creativity for a Lifetime

I spoke with David Osterberg, an environmental and occupational health professor at the university. David told me about his ventures into creativity in the classroom and outside of it, particularly in educating the public about the dangers of climate change.

Retirement ~ Time is Golden

An interview with my retired parents in our backyard….we cover retirement, following your passions, a new concept of time, a new bond with each other, the burdens of home ownership, the differences between Western & tribal cultures, and future plans.

Me And My Dad

I usually dont actually sit down and talk with my dad, but now that i have, i regret not siting down and talking to him.

Tom Johnson and Ariel Lavery

New Years Eve 2018: Interview between my dad and me in my parent’s Colorado Mountain House. We talk about memories of early times establishing a career in research and academia as well as project into the future of his illness...