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Growing up in the forties and fifties, marriage and divorce in the sixties, and life and work.
Jannie Shea (54) and her best friend, Angela Waner (54), share a conversation about COVID-19, babysitting, emergencies, hitchhiking, and family as they look back on the adventures that they have had together.
Julia McIntyre-Caines (54) has a conversation with her dad, David McIntyre (85), about his life, including his memories of early childhood, his career, and retirement.
Erika Hildner (38) speaks with her father, Richard Hildner (76), about purpose, compassion, and parenting.
Carolina explains fascinating things like locking her younger cousin in a closet.
Emily (28) speaks with her husband Yale (29) about how the met, their engagement, wedding, and their honeymoon. Yale and Emily express their love for each other through sharing all the different things they appreciate about one another.
Robin Dormaier (40) interviews her friend, Clarence E. Smith (96), about his family, experiences, earliest historical memories, and connection to the people and city of Almira, Washington.
Spouses Bo Bartlett (65) and Betsy Eby (54) sit down for a conversation about how their respective childhood homes have influenced who they are today, the inspiration behind each of their artistic styles, and the role that the Bo Bartlett...
Sue Espey Ellis (55) talks with her father, John Espey (83), about growing up in Clearwater, Florida, attending the same college of Florida State University, Chicago, segregation and desegregation of the north and south.
Don Hochstatter (58) interviews his father, Harold Hochstatter (84), about his childhood, his experience in the U.S. Army, his political career, his family, his perspective on death, and his Christian Faith.
Amber Norkett (46) has a conversation with her mother Patricia "Pat" Norkett (70) about growing up, courtship, working, raising children, and volunteering.
Susan Warner, 55, and Koren Bosworth, 53, remember adventures together as wild young women.
Lauren Fischel (54) shares a conversation with her mother, Valerie Fischel (79), about Valerie’s childhood, her studies as a dancer, her travels to Europe, her time in Paris, the role that expectations for women played in her life, and her...
Cherilyn Evans (63) tells facilitator Daniel Littlewood (32) about how she moved from Los Angeles to Ukiah, California.
Dave and Frank Legacki discuss their college experiences at the University of Michigan
Barry Livingston (85) interviewed by his son Michael Livingston (58) and his granddaughter Shayla Livingston (25) about growing up in San Francisco, California, working for as fashion store called Livingston Brothers, his time in the Navy, and his love of...
David Boyer (72) tells his friend Bob Burke (40) about his education, becoming an orthopedic surgeon, his "driven"-ness to work hard and accomplish, his relationship with his wife, who pushes him to slow down, his introduction to Rapid City, during...
Erin Miller (42) talks with her mother Ginny Cady (69) about Ginny’s experience losing her mother at seven years old, how that affected her childhood and how she honors her mother through her own mothering style. Ginny recounts memorable moments...
A interview with my father who grew up in Orem Utah. We discuss his childhood, him hitchhiking, living in his car and him play football and coaching.
Judy Biboum the mother of Suzanne Biboum speaks about her very daring adventure in Africa and how it positively changed her confidence within herself and perspective of the world.
Amy Spiker (43) interviews her father, James Reeves (87) about his time serving as a Marine during WWII. He also talks about his 70-year career as an auto garage owner and his 64-year marriage.
Joshua Slotnick (55) asks his friend Philip Burgess (75) about his experience growing up on a farm in rural Montana. Philip talks about joining the military during the Vietnam War in pursuit of freedom.
One Small Step partners Eric Hunter (57) and Justin Brown (42) talk about their political beliefs, life experiences, and views on policing and racial issues in the U.S.
A daughter interviews her Dad about his childhood, debating politics with his dad, when he became a hippy, hitchiking through Europe, discovering the rennaissance faire, and how he met my mom.