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My grandma and I discuss influential events in her life and lessons that she was taught.
That no matter what you be yourself, and be brave when you meet other people. In the past was very different than in times right now because back then you couldn’t do a lot than now.
An interview of Cindy McMackin, businesswoman and mother of five (currently!). She talks about her childhood, life as a mother, wisdom for future generations and more.
Having a true appreciation for relaxation, Linda Pfeffer speaks with her grandson, Jake Joel, while sitting on the beach in Hawaii on Thanksgiving of 2017. Linda shares an abundance of stories, each with a golden lining, that resonates with Jake...
San Antonio native of 91 years reflects on his childhood and time in the navy.
Julie Peck: 2020-08-17 16:03:16. Julie Peck, 72, and Barbara Weber, 79, friends from Osher, a lifelong learning group. We discussed her decade as a Coast Guard Wife and new Mom living in California, the isolation of Hawaii, and re-engagement with...
This interview is about how my teacher moved to Hawaii from the Marshall Islands.
My mother and I talked about our her childhood as well as her experience raising three children. I got the chance to hear an embarrassing story about myself as a young child and she told me how that experience made...
Rex speaks about his childhood and joining the military, serving in Vietnam, and a teacher’s life back home.
I talked with my mom about her favorite trip. Her favorite trip was a trip to Hawaii about 5 years ago.
Sandra Ednie was talking about her childhood with Caleb McKendry. She spoke about living in the islands right after World War 2 and exploring the mountain and beach.
This is an interview with my mom, a person that is very important to me. It is some questions about her job, family, and life where I gained a deeper understanding of her.
Jamie Kekaualua [no age given] shares a conversation with her grandmother, Evangeline Kekaualua (87) about Evangeline’s upbringing in Hawaii, how she came to Columbus, Georgia, the advice she would like to pass on to others, and about her family.
In 1965-66, Sora Frankel and her husband Aaron Frankel taught at the Joint Embassy school in Indonesia. In this conversation, Sora describes how they received the job offer, obtained visas, and made the trip via Hawaii and Thailand to Jakarta.
We talked about culture and her hopes for her family in the future.
I interviewed my mom about her sense of place and Hawaii's role in that.