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As the interviewer I tried to structure the interview in the order of past, present future. So from her childhood, to her relationship with my father, to having me as a child, and finally to her future
In this interview I learned more about what my Mom’s life was like from the time she was a child up until getting married and having children.
This was an interview with my dad. We talked mostly about his work life and his realstionship with his wife/my mom.
In conclusion, I am grateful to have mother like mine and she is grateful to have a child like me. She talked about family, hard times and good times in her life and divorce.
Today I interviewed my sister, Paige Babcock, on many subjects in life. We talk about the future, the past, life lessons, religion, and much more. I believe that in this interview you will learn alot from Paige Babcock.
This is an interview about my mom. Her work life, love life, family life etc.
This was my interview with my father, Michael. It was a good chat and I enjoyed it.
Me and my mom talked about what life had in store for me and what she did when she was little.
Big life questions interview with Monique. Questions concerning about the kind of person she / experiences
We were interviewing for a freelance writer position. I interviewed Kate Andersen, who is a current freelance writer, to see if she was qualified to work with our company. We went through a series of questions to identify her strengths,...
we talked about many good life experiences and skills that my dad has or learned about.
My dad and I talked about a little bit of everything. He told me about how his loss of job has changed his attitude about things. As well as, the sportings events he has attended and his favorite.
In this interview I learn more about my moms childhood , her memories of me, and what she wants her future to look like!
Frank DePoli remarks on his life and how it has been different than he expected, but excellent nonetheless. He begins with his childhood and how his parents and friends always supported and still do support him. He then elaborates on...
Isaak and Mary, brother and sister, share a laugh or two in their interview, wherein their satire is actually so bad that it surprisingly takes on a meaning of its own.