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We are not Hispanic, but made teaching our kids Spanish a priority. Being bilingual opens up a part of the world my kids wouldn’t have access to without the second language. They sing songs in Spanish that we used to...
This is an interview with my Grandma, Yolanda Costa, on her 96th birthday. She grew up in Greenpoint, New York. She was one of 11 children in a large Catholic family. She was married to her husband, Joseph Costa for...
Mom going through treatment for metastatic stage IV breast cancer discussing her son’s role as her Caregiver
I interviewed Ms. Herron because I have known Ms. Herron for seven years but I felt like I didn’t know everything about her at the same time. I thought that doing this interview with Ms. Herron will give me a...
Kim shares her heart about Cullen
Miranda shares her heart with stories of Leland.
Ira Elegant lived in New York until he was twelve years old when he moved to Miami Beach. He was highly intelligent and ended up becoming a lawyer. After he met his first wife, Sharon, he raised a family with...
Morgan Robinson shares fond memories of visiting her grandparents every weekend on Tulip St. right at the base of the Tacony-Palmyra bridge. When her parents moved from Tacony they did not move far; never farther than 10-15 minutes away. Morgan...
My mother and I discuss the difficulties of living with Crohn’s disease.
A brief summary of a personal experience being a single mother with 2 small boys.
In this interview I discussed with my father the importance of life, love and success.
Vivian shares her heart about her son James by giving a glimpse of his story growing up.
We talked about how my dad got up and going in the career he decided to change to and some of the key point in his life. We then talked about a iconic question that’s lives around our house, “how...
We spoke about our two-week, cross-country trip from Blacksburg, VA to Berkeley, CA and our thoughts on both of our experiences at UC Berkeley.
In this interview, I talk with my dad about the process of moving to America on his own for college. I can’t believe I didn’t know so much!
Four great grandkids, a granddaughter, and 2 sons interview “Grandma P.” who was born in 1933 about her childhood and lessons learned.
The interview was conducted in my living room. We disscussed what it was like for her growing up with 5 kids in her family in a small town in a rural area. What games she liked to play, what she...