Brandan Burrow tells about leaving home to escape harmful relationships and bad experiences. After meeting Sarah, his wife to be, he came to Indianapolis. and learned how to believe in himself.
People ask, how do you stay married for 50 years? Patricia shares time tested advice, humor, and optimism learned over the years with her husband Tom.
Heather Irene Hall tells her story about meeting the man she would marry in a Broad Ripple Vintage store while shopping for a jean jacket. Michael Hall tells his version of the story elsewhere on this website.
HIS STORY: One day Michael Hall walked to his local vintage store to buy a jean jacket and while there he found a woman who would say “I do!”. He explains. Heather Irene Hall tells her story about meeting Michael during her Life Stories Project interview.
Joani Rothenberg, an Art Therapist, explains how the process of art gave her more freedom for expression as an individual, a common language and interest in her marriage and a way to bring positive energy back into the environment for the cancer patients she serves. See Also, Jeff Rothenberg.
In an excerpt of her co-interview with husband Dwayne Moore, Cornelia tells of the how the collaboration of medical staff, family, friends and the church helped her get through a near-death experience following multiple surgeries and complications from endometriosis.
Fresh, tart cherries, a flock of hungry birds, gifts of lemons and seeds for the future. Ken Oguss tells the story of how fathers pass along the legacy of love to their sons and daughters.
After a childhood in Martinsville, North Carolina, reading plays and dreaming of being a teacher of drama, Frances faced the frightening real life drama of serious heath issues. When Frances and her husband Rick came to Indianapolis they found job opportunities, medical expertise and a good life together.
Cato and Beatrice Cork reflect on life, love, marriage and how honest role models can help couples get through difficult times.