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I interviewed my mom, and asked her some questions about growing up with French parents. We also discussed places that she lived and a few other topics.
In this interview, conducted on November 27, 2018 in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, Stephanie Urban (16) interviews her mother Francine Urban (51) about her life growing up. Francine tells her daughter about her favorite things growing up in Atlantic...
Tom Bergan and Annie Bryan talk with Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Visitor Services Associate Angela Hermann about quarantine and the hope of art while standing inside the art installation "SHELTER" by Derek Fordjour.
Robyn Wind-Tiger (47) has a conversation with her friend Tracy Haney (55) about the challenges and rewards they have experienced as grandparents, and how things have changed with the pandemic.
An interview with a nurse leader discussing her experience with meaning and joy in her nursing leadership practice .
A nurse manager shares her experiences with meaning and joy in her work.
Stanley Stroud (57) talks to friend, Quint Newcomer (51), about his earliest memories in Athens, the influence of music throughout his life, overcoming cancer, and his love of cars.
A nurse leader describes her experience with meaning and joy in her nursing leadership practice.
Memories of my dad’s everyday life as a Catholic kid in a joyful middle class family of 8.
A nurse leader describes her experiences with meaning and joy.
Joy with Tigress Osborn Fat Liberation NAAFA (National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance) instagram@iofthetigress Book: "Hot and Heavy A Fierce Fat Girl Anthology" Fat Kid Dance Party (LA) Fat Flashmob
I weave my life into the greater story of 1934 to the present, the Great Depression, rural America, the child games we played, while man I would marry fire bombed Tokyo,the second world war, repression of the 1950s,west coast jitters...
life in the 40s and 50s, embracing life, unconditional love and care for everyone
This funny interview is between my grandma and I. With a little interruption from my uncle/ fake father Joshua.
Two dorky kids from High School loose contact only to find eachother at a pivotal moment in their adulthood , and start on a surprising journey of love, laughter, and late night snacks.