Date Range Clear
Recorded by Clear
We talked about her past and how she lived and wants her life to be.
In this interview, Evelyn, my grandmother, talked about her childhood memories and how she learned how to use her patience. The one thing she said was “never ever step down.” This phrase means you can be anything you want to...
We talked about my sister’s past and her influences.we also talked about how she envisioned her future but things didn’t turn out the way she thought.
This is some of the life of my grandmother. She’s so important to me and just such a big part of my life. You might laugh, you might cry, you might laugh some more, but no matter what you do...
A conversation with my Grandma about her early childhood. We discussed her school life quite a bit, and how she met her future husband. We talked about her siblings, her grandparents, and her parents. The best part was when she...
We talked about her childhood, her parents and siblings, school, her job and how she met her husband.
My grandma and I talked about how it was raising me and my mom and some about her childhood as well.
My grandma got the chance to sit down and have a true heart to heart conversation. I got to learn all about her childhood and career choices and just what it’s like to be a wonderful mother and grandma.
I interviewed my grandmother about historical events that occurred in her life time. From the Vietnam War to 9/11.
This is my interview with my grandma, on my mom’s side. It was really interesting to learn about my mom’s side of the family, especially since I don’t know much about it, since all my family from my dad’s side...
We talked about Judy’s life, who she was, and advice she would have for the next generation.
In this interview (part two), conducted in November 22, 2018 in Mohawk, New York, Lelaina Beauregard interviews her Grandma Diane about her life. Grandma Diane shares the funny stories of how she met her husband and her second one. She...
In this recording, Stephania at Coronado High School in Henderson, NV recorded and audio file for the 2018 pilot of the Great Thanksgiving Listen. Stephania is in Grade 11 and is studying English 11 Honors.
For Thanksgiving, Quin’s Grandma came from Decatur, Illinois and stayed for the week. On Saturday, Quin decided to interview her, and this is that interview.
Sima and his grandma, Irene, talk about Irene’s life the morning after a long day of hosting a 50 person Thanksgiving Day party
It sound weird, because for some reason when my voice is on a recording it sounds super weird and extremely deep.
me and my nana talked about her passed and the past if my family.