"That was really, really an exciting part of all of this."

I ask my grandmother about her experiences and feelings with watching the first moon landing July 20th, 1969.

Rita and Michael Banfield talk about their lives and unlikely meeting story.

Rita del Carmen Velasco Suarez de Banfield is from San Andres de Pillaro, Ecuador and Michael Banfield is from Calumet Michigan. The two talk about their experiences and how they lived, how they met, and what their life is like...

Grandma’s Hawaii: Cowboy Serials and $.10 Cent One Ton Minh

An interview with my grandma, Anne Lee Lewis. She grew up in Honolulu, Hawaii in the early 1900s. She was one of five sibling born to a Korean father who was a contract laborer on the early sugar plantations and...

The life of Robert E. Larson

This is the life of my dad who has lived 76 years in Vermont and lived a humble, hardworking life!

My grandfather and I discuss, growing up in Brooklyn during the Great Depression, his time spent at a naval academy, and his life in AL.
November 25, 2018 App Interview

Today I spoke with my grandfather about his memories from the Great Depression, his time spent in the Navy, and the most impactful moment in his life. I learned so much through this experience and look forward to making more...

“Of all the family members you have known or heard about, who do you think lived the most interesting life?”

Marci Warkentine (born Marshelle Milligan) discusses with her daughter, Johnna Warkentine, the most interesting family stories that she can remember, particularly of her family’s military service. Marci Warkentine was born in Excelsior Springs, Missouri, though now lives with her husband...

Granny & Granda

During this interview with my Granny and Granda, we talked about their life’s and my dads childhood. Upon much more.

“Gratitude never gets us in trouble.”

I’m not proud of anything I’ve done,” Paulist Father Tom Hall told the crowd gathered at his retirement party after 30 years as a Navy chaplain. He says that the room was silent. “I’m just overwhelmed with gratitude. Pride–no. There’s...

“I think that this, this is my home”

Within this interview, conducted January 2018 in Boulder Creek, California, Samuel English (17) discusses life and the effects of immigrating to the United States as an independent German citizen with his mother, Andrea Rosa English (49). Mrs. English recollects some...

What it Means to Work Hard – An interview with my Dad

I sat down with my dad to talk about his life and how he grew up. He started from basically nothing and took advice from those of a greater intelligence and applied it to his life and has become very...