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This interview is a one-to-one, over the phone conversation with my grandma about her life. My grandma and I spoke about her childhood, her career as a nurse, and what she wants to be remembered as.
A great rule in life is that if you have nothing nice to say, then don’t say anything.
Because of this video I learned a lot more about my grandmas childhood and some of her favorite memories. I also discovered a lot of new things about my grandma!
I (Joey) wanted to learn more about my extraordinary friend (Billy). We talked about life, goal setting, family relationships, travel, managing Lyme disease, business success and overcoming failures.
I spoke with my friend Hector. Hector is homeless. He is a wonderful and gentle soul.
Today we talked about important family members and what they have taught us.
During this interview, Connie talked about the importance of kindness and what it was like to grow up.
Taking with my grandparents about values family and love.
On December 7, 2017, Jorge Garcia, originally from Mexico, asked Arnold Serieux some questions about his life in St. Lucia. Arnold spoke about his mother and how important she was to him. She taught him how to love and respect...
Ms. Murray talks about growing up on a farm, with her family, where she learned about family togetherness, and having fun. Her parents taught her to stay healthy, and to get along with all kinds of people. Her mother shared...
My grandmother and I simply talked about her own personal life and a couple of history topics
I decided to interview my mother because to me she is the most interesting person I know. She has good intentions and awesome ideas and stories.
Two members of this women’s musical ministry tell their experience with the choir. Saybra, a new member, talks of how she found the group and what attracted her. Rochelle, the director, tells how the group started in 2014.
A summary of a mother’s love of family and life.
Talking with my aunt about regrets, lessons, school, and elections. Listening about strength through the hard times. Learning about sicknesses and how hard it can be. Learning about a valuable person. Listening and learning to love!
Over Thanksgiving break I interviewed my grandmother. I had her answer many important and meaningful questions. After this interview I learned many important life lessons.
In the summer of 2019, I was looking to help and babysit families in my community. I reached out to Susan and she later offered me a job to be a mothers helper for her grandchildren. She has become a...
Acclaimed international musician, William Foster McDaniel shares how his formative experiences with the YMCA of Central Ohio and seven years as a camper at YMCA Camp Willson changed his life.