The Stories That Bind Us
The Lisa Show - Radio Archive, Episode 62 , Segment 1
Episode: The Stories That Bind Us, Giving Back, Reaching Out to Friends, Movie Gift Ideas
- Dec 11, 2018 4:00 pm
- 39:41 mins
Ken Craig joins Lisa to discuss how to ensure your family stories get passed on and why it’s so important to share cross-generational narratives. He offers twenty yes/no questions so you can see how much you know about your own family. 1\. Do you know how your parents met? 2\. Do you know where your mother grew up? 3\. Do you know where your father grew up? 4\. Do you know where some of your grandparents grew up? 5\. Do you know where some of your grandparents met? 6\. Do you know where your parents were married? 7\. Do you know what went on when you were being born? 8\. Do you know the source of your name? 9\. Do you know some things about what happened when your brothers or sisters were being born? 10\. Do you know which person in your family you look most like? 11\. Do you know which person in the family you act most like? 12\. Do you know some of the illnesses and injuries that your parents experienced when they were younger? 13\. Do you know some of the lessons that your parents learned from good or bad experiences? 14\. Do you know some things that happened to your mom or dad when they were in school? 15\. Do you know the national background of your family (such as English, Columbian, Russian, Vietnamese)? 16\. Do you know some of the jobs that your parents had when they were young? 17\. Do you know some awards that your parents received when they were young? 18\. Do you know the names of the schools that your mom went to? 19\. Do you know the names of the schools that your dad went to? 20\. Do you know about a relative whose face “froze” in a grumpy position because he or she did not smile enough?