Below is a list of potential questions to ask your parents and grand parents. Jim Rohn taught me, “If life is worth living, it is worth recording.” You can of course do this at any time and Thanksgiving gives many families a rare chance to be together. This list is a conglomeration from many sources and is big! You do not of course have to ask all these questions. They simply serve to be a guide.
I used them to interview my Dad four years ago. I wish I had done it earlier BEFORE he was quite sick going through chemo for lung cancer. I did do it with my mom (pictured above) who is still with me. The recordings came out very well and we are glad we have them. It would be amazing if I had these recordings from my grandparents! I only have one from my Grandmother made in the early 1990’s when she was in her prime! She really loved to watch it too since she had never seen herself on TV.