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My uncle and I talked about his regrets, or rather the things he wished he had done. We also talked about how my uncle met my aunt and how he knew she was the one. Then I told him how...
I interviewed my aunt's husband for this project. I got to know more about my uncle. He talks about his childhood, job, and lessons he learned.
She wished that she hadn’t of said something because it was interrupted a different way than what she meant.
Valentina (16) interviews her grandmother, Alix, (71) about her childhood and not having regrets
we talked about how he felt when i was born and his favorite memory of me. He gave me advice for raising me future kids.
My mom and I talking about the past, the future and everything in between. Recorded on December 4, 2019
This is a story about a mother who will sacracice anything for her family, she shares her story with me and the world about what it was like having to grow up with a single mother, and her experience immigrating...
What will be left behind, what our family will continue doing, who we are and who we will be.
During this interview I asked my grandpa (Baba) personal questions about family, mistakes, regrets, religion, and other interesting things.
In this interview, my mother, Maria Paredes, continues to tell stories about her hometown, her rebellious childhood, happiest memories, and biggest regrets as well as what it was like coming to the United States as an immigrant.
We go into many questions dealing with, life as a child, memories, motherhood, regrets and overall happiness
My grandma talks about her life story from what her school life was like, what her first job was like and the greatest achievements in her life.
I talk with my dad about his childhood, his regrets and what he’s greatful for, his relationship with my mom, and his grandparents.
We talked about life in general, a lot of advice was given. We also talked about appreciation and inspiration, on both ends.
My father and I discussed his experiences with growing up and developing into the person he is today.
Edwin describes his regrets, greatest memories, and his future in the perspective of a teenager.
An interview of who and what has impacted my mom the most. And what advice she would like to pass on.