The last time my father cheated.
December 8, 2023 App Interview

In interview whit my mom describing the last time my Father cheated where he left me, my brother, and my mother in Virginia.

Andi Heinemann and Liam Garris

Liam Garris (18) talks to her mom, Andi Heinemann (56), about what motivates her: Her faith, family, and resiliency during dark times. This was my (Liam) first interview I have done and I personally learned a lot regarding my moms...

Interview with my grandmother

A virtual interview with my grandmother on my mothers side. I am 18 years old and she is 80. We discussed how her life turned out and how she became the person she is today

Kathy Neufeld Dunn and Liz Beugelsdyk

One Small Step conversation partners Kathy Neufeld Dunn (56) and Liz Beugelsdyk (54) discuss their biggest influences, compare the Mennonite church and Catholic church, and consider their hopes and fears for future generations.

Karen Letkowski and Megan Messina

One Small Step partners Karen Letkowski (61) and Megan Messina (28) share how their upbringings shaped them, their artistic practices, and their political values.

Nathan Buck and Janice Buck

Nathan talks to his mom about her history growing up in Chicago in a Polish immigrant family and her relationship with her grandmother, being witness to her death and later in life her perception of being a single mother raising...

“I worked my entire life for my kids”

Elvira talks about her young life and how she grew up. She also talks about her family and how she managed to be a single mother. I learned a lot about her hobbies and what she wants to do with...

Yapese Fable

This is Francisco P. Bandag who is 63 years old. he is my father-in-law. He told an ancient story that happened in one of the villages (Talgow) in Yap many years ago. The story is about a single mother with...

Stacy Bolling and Susan Wenger

[Recorded: Tuesday, March 15, 2022] Stacy Bolling (44) and Susan Wenger (83) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, Virginia. Susan shares her experiences growing up in the mid-20th century, including the Civil Rights era and the Vietnam War....

Ashley Hilliard and Clint Hilliard

Ashley Hilliard (32) and her husband Clint Hilliard (34) talk about their beautiful blended family, what being a “super bonus dad” means to Clint, what it was like for Ashley being a single mom to three kids, what it’s like...

mom – Judith Yvette Karen Breier

Judith breier age 62 with daughter Alyssa kind (furnari) age 39. we talking about love, wisdom, and parenting .

Beth Norton and Sara Kennedy

Beth Norton (37) and her aunt Sara Kennedy (66) reflect on the challenges they have faced, and the importance of support from loved ones.

My mom, Leigh Langston: “I Love Being A Woman.”

In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Flint, Michigan, Senia Langston (15) interviews her mom Leigh Langston (42) about her life growing up. Leigh talks about her passion about writing. She also talks about being raised by a single...

Erica Richardson and Julia Davis

Erica Richardson (43) and her mother Julia Davis (71) talk about Julia's memories of growing up, what she is most proud of then and now. They discuss their family history with various members having cancer and Erica's current cancer treatment.

Period 2 interview Mia Martinez

interviewing my mom on how she started working at a young age and how choosing work over college affected her in the long run and how her two babies played a part in all that.

Savannah Gilliland and Mother

Savannah Gilliland and her mother, Kerry Gilliland,talk about life advice in a lighthearted fashion.

Cathy Payne and Thomas LaBeau

Tom Labeau (69) and Cathy Payne (69) discuss their midwestern roots, early memories of politics, and the role that politics play in their familial relationships.

At The End of The Day it’s All Good

November 2021, in Flint Michigan, Alyssa Northrup (15) asks their mom, Darlene Northrup (39) about her experiences growing up. The audio isn't the best, and the interview ended in both of us shrugging, but before that my mom Darlene talks...