Molly Peacock and Michael Groden

Poet Molly Peacock (73) talks with her husband, Michael Groden (73), a James Joyce scholar, about their sixty-year love story that was interrupted for twenty years. They talk about ongoing love, Mike's melanoma, the novel Ulysses, and the parallel lives...

November 19, 2020 App Interview

Jordan (interviewer) (F) (14) Radah (F) (12-13)

Valerie Myers and Cherie Giannandrea

Valerie Myers (18) talks with her mother Cherie Giannandrea (49) about growing up, divorce, and the impacts of COVID-19 on her life.

Paige Feikert and Kathy Adkins

One Small Step conversation partners Paige Feikert (32) and Kathy Adkins (52) talk about domestic violence, motherhood, the "Value Them Both" amendment, self-love and self-reflection, and religious beliefs.

Racing, Family, Fun, and Integrity-David Gee and Kailey Barrientos

Kailey interviews her father Dave. He is a great story teller and talks of a time when high-schoolers played pranks, and family was similar to a 50s TV show. For Dave, everything led to racing and a legacy of entrepreneurial...

Allison "Grandmama" Guy's Interview

Allison Guy (81) is interviewed by her granddaughter (17) on her life growing up in Daytona Beach, Florida and her marriage to late Secret Service Agent Johnny Guy and their experiences together.

Emily Forest and Nate Davis
September 26, 2022 One Small Step

One Small Step conversation partners Emily Forest (49) and Nate Davis (38) talk about different walks of life, juvenile detention, the influence of faith, and wealth disparities.

Sean and Patricia

My grandma (Patricia Mielke) answers some questions about her childhood and previous marriage. Growing up with 8 siblings and dealing with financially struggling, alcoholic, unstable parents as the oldest of the 8 siblings enhances a bad childhood, but good life...

Lee Rossmaessler and Jess Salisbury

One Small Step conversation partners Lee Rossmaessler (67) and Jess Salisbury (30) talk about the impact of their religion and LGBTQ lives.

Tom Clingenpeel and Thomas Clingenpeel

Tom Clingpeel (78) talks to his son Thomas Clingenpeel (37) about his childhood, meeting Thomas’s mother, about being an Engineer, and explains why they never had other children.