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tina Harris, and Heather Dudley, 27 and 45. in this interview we discussed questions about life and explained to each other how we describe or appreciate each other
We talked about life in general, a lot of advice was given. We also talked about appreciation and inspiration, on both ends.
We talked about the time I almost killed (but didn’t) my dog. And about deeper things. Idk just listen to it urself
Tom Bergan and Annie Bryan talk with Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Visitor Services Associate Angela Hermann about quarantine and the hope of art while standing inside the art installation "SHELTER" by Derek Fordjour.
Coworkers John Wroblewski (61) and Richard Opfer (71) talk about the impact they have had on each other while working together at Opfer Auction.
Kristin Skager talks about her life before and after breast cancer and the affects of the illness
Jamison Parker(19 years old) talks with his mother, Sherry Johnston(45 years old) about life, love, and some of her crowning achievements.
This is me asking my mom some personal questions about what she appreciates in life
We talked about her move and her experience here at west.
Hannah and Mr. Truong have a conversation at the end of Hannah's junior year of high school.
We talked about when he was younger and what he apreciates in life.
Margot Moinester, 22, and Arielle Moinester, 30, ask their mother, Susan Moinester, 56, about her parents who survived the Holocaust.
This is a touching story about Bill Fundaro as he talks about his life through the years. The main topic is his family and his many jobs he has had throughout his life. He is currently celebrating his 50th consecutive...
My mom has been through a lot in her lifetime, from immigrating to America to becoming a mother of three. She has been able to be the best mom and the hardest working woman I know although she has faced...
In the interview I was able to ask my grandpa some questions to get to know him more.I found out something’s I never knew before and it was really nice to just sit down with him
Friends Colleen [No name given] [no age given] and Wendy [No name given] (60) reflect on their once-in-a-lifetime friendship, fun memories they have made together, and their hashtag, #We'reNotRegularsHere.
Talked about what she’s proud of me for, how she manages her children, and some advice for the future.
In this interview, conducted in December 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky, Fernanda Scharfenberger (17) interviews her grandma Lee Scharfenberger (72) about her relationship and friendship with her husband. Lee Scharfenberger shares recollections of their first meeting, and journey from dating until...
In this interview conducted in December 2021 in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, Min Hwang interviews his orchestra teacher, Jenna DiSalvio, about her life as a teacher, her family, and her values. Ms. DiSalvio talks about the start of her...
In this interview, conducted on June 7th, 2018, in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Ms. Elizabeth Voegeli, a beloved teacher in the Tallwood High School’s Global Studies and World Languages Academy, talks about her childhood and the past experiences that shapes who...
Life in Romania and the move to America
I️ interviewed Ms. Couto, who has been a part of my life for three years now. She has taught me more than what is taught in the English 10 Honors curriculum and I’m now a senior in high school. We...
Liam and Charlie talk about life and the beauty of not defining things.
Rhiannon and Donna Borowski talk about anything from family traditions to what 2020 has done to them. They also touch on what life was like while Rhiannon was growing up.
My grandma told me some great life lessons, getting teary along the way, and enlightened me about my family’s history.