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Brannon Westover (18) talks with his Mother, Alauna Westover about her parents and how they have influenced her throughout her life.
Bob Resnick (87) talked with his daughter-in-law Audrey Resnick (61) about his childhood memories in Los Angeles, his courtship and marriage to Renee, and his experiences in the Navy Reserve, stationed in Hawaii (while Hawaii was still a territory).
Over the weekend, I asked my family members a couple questions in order to get to know them better. I am grateful to have them in my life and I’m glad I had the chance to learn more about their...
I asked her about her relationship with her husband and how long they have been together. I asked her if she had any nicknames and how she got them. I asked her what she was most thankful for this year....
A thanksgiving chat with my grandpa about his life growing up on farms in rural New York to living in suburban Rochester, NY.
The interview was mainly about how my mother grew up and how she got situated in the US
This interview touched up on some of the hardships the interviewee has faced
I spoke with my grandma about her life and the different accomplishments and things she is grateful for, as well as lessons she has learned throughout her life.
A little conversation with my mom, learning more about her childhood, marriage, faith and how parenting has changed her life.
Paul Matula describes what his life was like before having a family and his career. He says how his life has changed since he was a child.
Today Oleg 24 years old and Margarita 25 are present at the interview. The essence of the conversation is the difference between when you need to get married and whether it is necessary.
Jim Coggin of Georgia and his 3 daughters talk about some Christmas memories.
Twara Sandeep(16) talks with her grandmother Jayalakshmi Ranganathan(73) and asks her questions about her life, with her mom Uma Ranganathan(38) and aunt Tulasi Ranganathan(30) as intermediaries and to join in the conversation as they see fit.