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- Childhood Games 1216
- college 1216
- dirt storms 1216
- family in-jokes 1216
- personal experiences 463
- memories of growing up 439
- memories of former times 306
- school day memories 268
- Spouse 259
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David Kuhl and Abby Wheeler talk about their family get-togethers and how everyone seems to truly enjoy themselves.
Kathleen Wright, 41, interviews her father Kenneth Lynch, 67, about his childhood.
Mary Isaacson (46) and Julie Summers (46) discuss their time spent with the CampFire organization. They have been involved in some capacity since high school and are both current Board Members
Akiba Shabazz talks with her daughters Naja and Zuri about her life growing up with her parents in Memphis, her marriages and travels.
Joyce Hayes, 64, talks with her friend Tanene, 28, about growing up in Chicago and her involvement with social work, education and politics.
Talked about funny stories from childhood and thoughts now
The story of how my parents met
Jann Cahoon (37) interviews her uncle, Harvey Cahoon (63) about the family brick business.
College roomate interview
Mr.Hartley was a great person to interview because he's very interactive and If I had to do this in the future I would interview him again
Betty Olson-Zajichek (85) and Susan Zajicheck (60) interviewed by their granddaughter and daughter Maria Kemp (28). Betty and Susan talk about Betty’s childhood and young adult life, Betty’s late husband Hal, and favorite family memories.
My mom's reluctant approach answering my questions relating from schooling to life lessons to our everyday life.
Why is going to college important to you
Talk about ourselves as children and about high school and college experiences
I interview my friend Sofia about her life and what she wants her future to hold.
Interviewed my friend Maggie about our friendship
Amanda discusses her favorite memory from her first day of NAU classes and Dania talks about why she chose to study at NAU.
Talked about Dad’s early life, family, wife, and decision to join the military along with the experiences he’s had from it.
Stacey (45) and Fred Rosenberger (41) remember the difficulties of explaining Stacey’s cancer diagnosis to their daughter, Olivia. Stacey and Fred remembers all the techniques they used to explain Stacey’s illness to Olivia.
Lyndsey Adamson (16) interviews her grandmother Judy Hultquist (65) about raising children and her memories of Lyndsey’s childhood.
Ruth remembers her college days, her first jobs, and her husband.