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One Small Step partners Ernestine Krehbiel (83) and Rose [No Name Given] (45) share a conversation about their children, abortion, faith, and their personal political values.
Kathryn Roberts: 2020-08-17 15:57:33 - I talked to my mom (85) about her life during COVID, her childhood in Virginia and Maryland, and anything about life now. I learned a lot!
Granddaddy told stories of his childhood and some of his children. Hank occasionally interjected his perception. Ken shared stories of his childhood friends and what he learned.
Grace O’Neill (65), Stuart Rienhoff (62), and William "Bill" Rienhoff IV (69) share a conversation with their father, William "Bill" Rienhoff III (95), about his experiences growing up in Baltimore, his family, and his medical practice.
Emily Snow (43) interviews her mother, Donna Maxwell (74), about how her heart condition, Tetraology of Fallot, impacted her childhood, her experience having open-heart surgery in the 1960s, and how her life changed after surgery.
Nancy Volmer (62) and her nephew Josh Volmer (34) share the story of how they began living together after Josh's father passed away and his mother began struggling with schizophrenia.
I described how the quarantine forced me to reflect on the relationship between my emotions and land, the passage of time, food, and loved ones.
I live in an assisted living facility in Texas and a few months ago this woman who is 4 foot 11 named Dorothy moved in and has graced us with her stories and presence. She is the most loving caring...
Sorority sisters Toni Black (43) and Valerie Thomas (64) share a conversation about the Alpha Alpha Sigma Chapter of the Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. They talk about the chapter’s history, some of its notable members, its community service programming,...
Christopher Sulmonte talks with his wife Laura (both 28) about his experiences working in the Johns Hopkins Hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic.
my mom has Parkinson’s and these are her memories of Christmas’ after the death of her sister.
Mabel and I discussed the importance of being kind and always telling the truth. She believes there is a purpose for everything and to never be afraid to speak up.
Hailing from Baltimore, Maryland, Raymond Z has lived quite an extraordinary life. Listen to hear his story.
Erin Sim interviews her mentor in occupational therapy, Kelly Casey, about her past accomplishments, current projects, and future goals.
Michael Horn asks his father, Kemp Horn what he wants discussed at his wake.