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My grandma shares a little about her life and how it has shaped her into the loving and compassionate person she is today! She also shares some of her wisdom on aging. This is a very special interview to me...
Growing up in the city of Chicago, going off to college, and raising kids.
Professor Brooks Landon's life and his views on creativity, both in general and within his personal life.
My mother and I talked about her life in the 90s. We also talked about the future of our lives.
I i terviewed my sororities hous mom on her creativity experiences throughout her life. We talked about aging and how againg has changed ger perception of creativity.
Recently my Dad suffered a severe stroke, causing him to lose function of his left side, and landing him an intensive rehab hospital. This is a conversation between him and I as he prepares to return home.
l got a brief overview of what life was like when she was growing up. l got to know another side of my grandparents, her life and how it has changed, and how she became who she is today.
James "Jim" Taylor (75) speaks with his wife, Geraldine "Geri" Taylor (77), about her experience living with Dementia. They discuss finding the joy in every day living and their hopes for the future.
Husband and wife, Oscar Bolda (61) and Maria Teresa Bolda (62), talk about their marriage and working in the medical field both in the U.S. and the Philippines.
Joanne talks about growing up in the King family near Danville, KY in the 1940s and 50s. She covers sharecropping, tobacco farming, farm life, valuable lessons, hard work, and good and bad times in the process.
One Small Step participants Deborah Briggs (68) and Melanie Reeves (55) talk about their differing views on Democrats and the "victim mentality."
Steve Desroches (47) and Adam Peck (84) have a rather philosophical discussion shortly after Adam's 84th birthday and on his 41st wedding anniversary about life, the passing of time, and the rhythms and patterns in life, if there even are...
My grandmother shares stories and perspective from her 94 years of life including losing two partners to polio, raising three children on her own and being gender non-conforming and gay in the 1940's and 50's
Interview with our 89 year old father. Questions from daughters and grandchildren
I talked with Evelyn about her creativity through her lifetime as she led me through her stories of being an art teacher, a musician, and a healing practitioner.
One Small Step conversation partners Sally Gilbert (67) and Jeri Thompson (63) discuss their shared experiences growing up in the South, raising children, and reckoning with their race. They reflect on their generational connection and their hopes for the future.
My mom and I talked about her health and how she feels about how it has affected her life.
Interview with my colleague at Sheppard Pratt as she is preparing to retire.
Isabelle Haahr interviews her mother (Kristina Haahr) about her life and experiences. Kristina talks about the lessons she has learned in life, and from her family. As well as some of the most important memories in her life. Finally some...