Childhood

What was your very first memory?

Where was the first vacation you can remember? Did you fly there? Road trip?

On a Saturday morning, what was your Mom or Dad's go-to breakfast? Were they pancake people? Waffles covered in maple syrup? Bacon and scrambled eggs?

Falling in Love

How did you meet your wife/husband/partner?

 

How did you know they were the one? 

 

What's one thing about them you'd want your great-great-great grandchild to know?

Family Recipes

What's the dish that's been passed down from generation to generation? 

Do you have a family cookbook? Who taught you how to make your family's go-to favorite dish?

How do you feel about cooking? Is it something you love or something you power through? Was there any dish growing up that was absolutely disgusting?

The Good Times

What's the dish that's been passed down from generation to generation? 

Do you have a family cookbook? Who taught you how to make your family's go-to favorite dish?

How do you feel about cooking? Is it something you love or something you power through? Was there any dish growing up that was absolutely disgusting?

The Hard Times

Imagine you're going through your very first break-up. Or losing a loved one. Battling an illness.

You come home. Close the door to your room. Turn on some music. 

 

And there on a shelf is an entire book of stories. From your parents. Uncles. Aunts. Grandparents. In that moment you realize: Hey, I'm not alone. They went through these things too.

Friendship

Who's the person you call when you just got the best news of the year?

Who's the person that you call on the hardest day? Who knows you better than anyone?

Tell me about your main crew. When did you all meet? Who's the biggest partier? Who's the responsible one? Who did you ask for help with homework from? And what would you tell your great-great grandkid about your best friend?

Family

What's one thing you thought you'd never do as a parent?

What was in your mom/dad's CD/record collection? Favorite movie?

How did your family butter corn on the cob? Did you go one slice at a time? Spray butter? Rub the corn on top of the butter stick?

Did you ever wonder, "I think my parents love our family dog more than the kids."

"This family has arms that willingly embrace. Arms that comfort and support in times of sorrow and in times of happiness. This family knows there is great strength in our connections that can empower our future. This family needs one another, sharing knowledge and help. This family happily grows by opening its doors wide and welcoming new family members. This family is my family. I am so grateful to be part of your lives."

Harolyn "Mombo" O'Brien

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