Carlos Colburn and his mom Katia Colburn talk about moving to the states.

In this interview my mom and I talked about her child hood and what it was like growing up in two different countries. We talked bout her parents and how they effected her life. To finish the interview off we...

Tailene Morales and Grandmother Mella talk about her childhood in Panama.

In this interview taken on November 30th, 2018 in Wylie, Texas, Tailene Morales (15) speaks with her maternal grandmother, Aromelia Vargas (64) about her adolescence in Panama. Mrs. Vargas shares about her high school experience. She also speaks about the...

Migrating to América

Migration for people is a hard decision,but by improving their quality of life,they adapt to the new customs and their new country.

Erin tells how she came to have such long hair…

Erin tells the tales of her traumatic childhood hair events that lead to her having such long hair, the changes her hair has under gone, and how she sees hair as a big part of her identity through her photography...

Jane Clemmer shares about her childhood, love of her life, motherhood, and words of wisdom for future generations.

Jane Clemmer shares about being the only girl growing up, blind dates that turn into life long marriages, and the importance of family and friends. Stories about her children and grandchild are not only meaningful, but delightful.

Interview with barbera

Talking to my grandma about stuff I’ve never asked.

Interviewing my Father

I interviewed my father about his childhood, his first experience in the United States, and overall how his life has been from his first wife to his first child.

instilling discipline

The last place Louis Bourassa and his family imagined he would go was the military. Grace Bourassa, age 14, sits down with her dad, Louis Bourassa, on November 14, 2018, in Valley Village, California. She asks about the Marines and...

How Venezuela had Changed?

Not all that long ago, before the crony socialism that wrecked its economy, before the government robbed people rights, and among other things, Venezuela brought many tourist to the country to see the natural beauty, its oil fields, the most...

Admire

Admire a person in family. I was talking with my classmate about admire person in their family.

Lucille Wilhoit talks about the importance of music in her life.
September 17, 2016 App Interview

Lucille Wilhoit passed away on September 3, 2016. I remembered I’d recorded two interviews with her for the National Day of Listening in November of 2010. She talks in this interview about the importance of music to her, and how...

Dan Moreland

This was Dan Moreland, he is my grandfather and to me he is Grandaddy. To me I’ve always seen him as the hardest working man I’ve ever met and he will always be that man and he has shown that...

Growing up in the country

In this interview, conducted in November 2017 in Atoka, Oklahoma, I interviewed my grandma, Dale Payne, about positive memories and her life growing up. She told me about how her and her husband, Larry Payne, came to be. She also...

Mona Dunkin On Her Life On The Farm

Mona Dunkin, who grew up on a farm in the mountains of Pipestem, West Virginia, tells about her life and experiences, and how her childhood and the people surrounding her impacted her life.

Practice

Today I talked with my English 10 teacher. We discussed her childhood as well as her expectations going into this. It went really well and was very interesting.