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We talked about what it was like for my mom growing up the oldest of 11 children in the Upper Midwest, about my mom's religion/spirituality (Catholicism), and about my mom's parenting of me and my three older sisters.
Justin (32) and Jenni (42), strangers participating in the One Small Step program, have a conversation about their lives, families, and communities. They discuss their daughters, living through COVID, and buying houses in the suburbs.
Playing an instrument, painting, and traveling the world. These are what Stephen Hoffman would like to do when he retires. In November 2018, 15 year-old JJ Hoffman interviewed his grandfather, Stephen Hoffman, about his past and his future. The story...
Overall life experiences and differences in expectations. Family heritage and about our ancestors.
One Small Step conversation partners Karen Dreiling [no age given] and C. Michael Raper (69) meet to discuss how politicians should govern, their thoughts on abortion and vaccines, and their thoughts on the future.
Diane (76) is asked about her childhood and family, as well as the people who affected her life the most. She reflects on her own and her son's weddings, as well as her daughter-in-law. Diane answers why she wanted to...
My dad and I talk about his mulch business and how it took him to the Sydney Olympics.
Grandpa was a World War II veteran and tells his military stories and experiences as a paratrooper.
My great uncle tells me about family and growing up in Joliet, Illinois.
Spouses, Linda Mccorkendale (71) and David M. Mccorkendale (76), share a conversation about the Ozarks, Missouri, where they have made a home.
This was an interview about my Grandma’s life starting from the 40s progressing to present day. It has her thoughts, opinions, and ideas and how worldly events have shaped her.
We talked about life lessons, people who were kind, happiest memories, love, how her time of growing up was so different than for kids now, and Verl Clausen
Rev. Brian T. Johnson (60) interviews his friend, Dr. Dorothy C. Bass (70), about her family and study of religious practice.
Part 1/3 of a wonderful evening conversation with my dad about life and memories.
The life of living in the Midwest, and how things were different
We talked about her journey as a person. Through young adult years and motherhood and how that molded her into the person she is today
One Small Step partners Jill Kaufman (49) and Michael Medrano (47) speak about their work, their views on religion and marriage, and what they like to do in their spare time.
Nell Schneider (6/18/1930-) talks with her grandson, Matthew Harrison, and Kaitlin Buerge at her Glendale Wisconsin home. Nell discusses some family members, the history of her Glendale home, and mentions the Chicago World’s Fair.
Granddaughter interviews her grandfather about his life, growing up in the Midwest, getting married, raising a family and the things that are important in life.
Mitchel Branden (58) talks with his daughter, Tasha Branden (19) about how his life influenced his time in the U.S. Navy (1980-1984) and how the navy influenced his life post service.
My mom is a PA in elder care during the COVID pandemic. I asked her about her experiences with her patients, especially regarding vaccination, during COVID. I also ask about her experiences as a provider during this difficult time.