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This is an interview of my father, who was greatly influenced by his grandfather growing up. He told many stories about his childhood as well as stated his advice for me in the future.
We talked about life and all the experiences that led her (my mom) to where she is today
In this interview conducted in Sep 2020, I interview my grandmother about her life and decades of experience. She shares about her childhood memories of playing with her sisters and her highschool issues with a somewhat unhappy relationship with friends...
We spoke about Jayda’s struggles, what she spends most time on, what she would do with unlimited time, things she finds frightening, what she wants to be when she grows up, and who has a had a positive/great influence on...
I talked to my grandma (nancy white) about our family history! it was very fun we had a good time. Lots of laughs and tears
Asking my father, Scott, a few questions about things that define his core values.
Ezra Teshome (62) tells his daughter, Selomé Teshome (32), about growing up in Ethiopia, moving to Seattle to go to school, and his work in insurance.
My father and I talked about his lifestyle from him moving to the United States from Mexico.
We talked about my aunt Grace’s past. What it was like when I was born for her and a few stories of how she grew up.
In this interview, conducted December 2nd 2018 in Plano, Tx, Claire Keating (16) interviews her grandfather (75) about his childhood, time at war in Vietnam, lessons learned as a father and husband, and family history. He describes his feeling of...
I asked my uncle questions about his life and other questions and thoughts about me.
My great aunt Nanny, adopted by my grandfather’s family during WWII, shares her thoughts and memories about that time and her life.
My Oupa like his parents was born in South Africa. He grew up during the apartheid era. The love of his life was diagnosed with a brain tumor and was left disabled due to errors made at the hospital. His...
A talk with my Grandma MaryAnn Romero about her and her life.
For a school project we had to interview someone in our lives and I choose my mom, so this is that a whole 45 minuets of a child and a mother learning more about one another!