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Personal Experience Research Paper Assignment
Personal, Experience, Research, Paper, Assignment
Begin your interview with demographics…………….
How do you prefer to be addressed? I prefer to be addressed as Mrs. Anderson
What is your age? I am 92 years young
Where were you born? I was born in Georgetown, South Carolina
How do you identify your ethnicity? I am an African American
How do you identify your gender? I am all women sweetie
Remembering the Past………………………….
What is your earliest memory? My earliest memory is when I was a little girl and my sister and brothers would sit on the porch on a hot summer day and share one ice cream cone. It is a memory that makes you appreciate all the things I have now that many takes for granted.
Who were your friends when you were growing up? My friends were my siblings and cousins
Did you maintain those friendships throughout life? Yes, my siblings became my best friends we all live next door to each other and now it is just myself and 1 sister left. We both now live in this beautiful nursing home as roommates.
What was your favorite thing to do for fun growing up? My favorite thing to was being in the kitchen cooking and baking. It warmed my heart when I was able to see the smiles and empty plates when I would bake my sweet potato pie, million-dollar pie, pecan pie and many more.
I can smell it all now. I was always asked throughout my life to always cook for family gatherings. It seems like there was a family gathering every Sunday, but I didn’t mind.
What was school like for you as a child? Going to school for me at that time would have been considered as normal because of segregation. I may have not gotten the best school as a white child, but I kept a book in my hand.
What were your best and worst subjects? I really don’t recall having a best or worst subject because during my time you learned how to read, basic math and how to write.
Over the years…………………………………
What was the happiest moment of your life? My there have been so many happy moments for me but, when I met my husband and had 9 beautiful children would be the happiest moments for me.
What world events had the most impact on you? The one event that had the most impact on me is when there was no more segregation.
Do you have military experience? No
Was religion/spirituality a part of your youth? Adulthood? Currently? Religion was implemented in my house from the time I was a little girl and even now I still know God is the Almighty.
Who is the person who influenced your life the most? I would have to say that my life was influenced the most from my siblings. We always wanted so much for each other but the support they provided and love you just can’t get anywhere.
Have you lost a loved one? Yes, I lost my best friend, best father and love of my life. If so, how has that loss affected your life? It affected me very hard and not a day that I don’t think about him, but I know he would want me to still live my life as I would want to for him.
What are some of the most important lessons you feel you have learned over the course of your life? The most important lesson for me that I have applied and still apply is live life to the fullest and appreciate every moment like it is the last.
As you look back over your life, do you see any “turning points”, that is, key event or experience that changed the course of life or set you on a different track? The events that have transpired I can’t say that I could see any turning points in the past that would have change or allowed me to see the First African American President.
What are some of the important choices or decisions you made that you have learned from? A choice that I made of not sharing important information that could have affected the family and due to me not letting others know others got hurt. In dealing with this situation I realized that no matter what or who may get hurt it is always better to tell once I find out any information.
What are you most proud of? I am most proud of being able to sit here and tell my stories and my memories to anyone who is willing to listen.
How would you like to be remembered? I want to be remembered for my beautiful spirit and definitely for my food made with love.
What has been your experience with aging? Physically I don’t move as fast and my bones crack more than ever, socially I am still talking and make new friends daily. The only thing that has change environmentally is my bed is not in my own house and that is because my kids feel I needed someone to watch me at all times.
How would you define successful aging? Drinking plenty of water, eat vegetables and when you cook make sure it is with love.
Do you have any challenges to access to healthcare? I don’t have any challenges, but the cost is too high.
How do you see yourself today? I see myself as strong beautiful young at heart old lady.
How are your friendships as a old lady solid as ever but every day that I awake I wonder who will not be able to see at breakfast and say good morning.
Are you involved with senior activities or social clubs? Oh yes, I play bingo, and take a lot of walks.
Have you had any experiences with services not being available to you as a senior citizen? Currently this hasn’t been an issue for any of us here at the nursing home.
Have you experienced discrimination as a senior citizen? No, everyone that comes around is so sweet and loving. We are all treated like we are their family members.
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