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I called my grandma who now lives in Mascotte, Florida to interview her. It may be hard to hear at some points throughout the recording since the interview is over the phone. I asked my grandma, who is 66 years...
We talked about my mom’s life when she was younger and some of her memories of me.
I asked my mom about her early life and asked her about her childhood. I also asked her about what she has encountered and learned throughout her life.
My dad and I talked about my dad’s childhood, struggles, happy moments, and his career. I had fun recording this interview, for I learned some things about my dad I never knew before.
This is an interview with my grandma, Joan Wagner Zinober.
I talked with my grandmother about her experience moving from Cuba to the United States. We also discussed her life in Cuba and the advice she wants to give me.
Me (Odin Werle) and my father (Michall Werle) ask each other questions and learn a little about each other and what we have done and also what we hope to do in the future.
An interview done by me to my grandmother that I call “Tata” since I was born. She is Maracay, Venezuela, my hometown and I am in Weston, Florida where I recently live. We communicated by Skype.
A Bond Between To Complete Strangers Who Became Roommates
Today we normally don’t have a chance to talk to the people who matter the most in our lives. On November 24 I sat down with my mom and we talked she told me about her life in Peru and...
My grandmother talks about her life and the people that helped her along the way
Sat down with my grandma, who is suffering with memory loss, to talk about her childhood and her current life.
My mornings to school include of my mom listening to Elvis Duran and quoting in all throughout the day. On this specific morning we lowered the volume and conducted this interview. My mom shared what it was like growing up...
Overall, I learned a lot about my mom, when she grew up and entering her new life which was parenting. And what she went though in the beginning years of becoming a mother.
This interview with Anneris Silva was about her childhood and what it was like growing up as an immigrant in America.
This interview took a lot of tries but at the end it was worth it because I learned a lot of stuff about her that I didn’t know before
My mom talking about life in Cuba, moving to America, and seeing herself in her kids
For my interview with my grandma, Martha Halle, we were in Jupiter, Florida in November. We discussed many things. We talked about family love, my grandma’s childhood, work, and more. Overall, it was nice to get to know more things...