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This interview is between my sweet mom and I.
Words from my father, a role model in my life.
In this interview, I spoke with my father, Thomas Galvin, about some pretty general things. We talked about his accomplishments, his military service, his cancer battle, his basic morals, and what he wants the future generations to know, and it...
I interviewed Dean, talking about his experiences with his marriage, his religion, and how his life has changed
Today we talked about Sophia’s influences in life and what she is most thankful for.
Yikun, a middle schoiler, interviews his mom about her life and what she is thankful for.
In this interview Anna Howell interviews her grandmother's boyfriend, Jay. He shares stories from his childhood and early adulthood. Topics like people he appreciates, the decision to rase a family instead of work, and that one time a dock almost...
What we are grateful for
In this interview, my dad answers the question reguarding his gratitude and his life experiences.
Benjamin "Ben" Hart (35) interviews his mother, Peg Hart (67), about motherhood, adoption, and the art of conversating.
The weft and warp of Carmen’s life: family, friends, work..
Friends and artists Timothy Ouyang (35) and Jae Jin [no age given] share their thoughts on gratitude, suffering and loneliness in the modern era. Tim talks about the fires in California and lessons learned since starting his gardening adventure and...
September 11th, Gratitude, Family, Students for a Democratic Society, the Weathermen, Paris 1968
I am grateful that I have parents that will always support me, and I know that I should never be afraid of anything.
We discuss fond memories of the past, the value of gratitude and having awe-inspiring experiences, and our hopes for the future.
My boyfriend Casey and I talk about our relationship and how it has changed and helped us grow.
What life was like during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A conversation with my wonderful "Nanny B" (grandmother) about her relationship with my granddad, Jerry Blue. Silly memories and meaningful life lessons from very wise woman that took place on a lovely Friday afternoon. We discuss the impact of growing...
Long time volunteer reflects on time spent with family at The Mount and the wonderful community that led him to coming back and giving back to The Mount 20 years later
Greg Meyer (49) tells his friend Michi Vojta (43) about his experience as a Rwandan expat in North Carolina during the Rwandan genocide.
Norma Austin (74) and her husband Steve Austin (70) talk about how their respective Catholic and Jewish faiths are a large component of what brings them together. Despite their different religious backgrounds they love one another dearly and share in...
This is my uncle Brian! I think he has a big impact on my life, that is why I picked him!
Alejandro and Cassie are joined together to share Cassie’s auto-ethnographic personal narrative. Cassie shares about her experience with helping mothers in need.