Doris Cohen to her daughter, Lisa.
Francine Anderson remembers a night during the 1950s when her family ran out of gas on a rural road in the Jim Crow south.
Marcus Bullock was sentenced to eight years in prison when he was 15 years old. He came to StoryCorps with his mom, Sylvia, to reflect on how the letters she wrote him changed both of their lives.
Pilot and flight instructor Wally Funk tells her student, Mary Holsenbeck, about training to be an astronaut in 1961 as part of the Mercury 13.
Father Noel Hickie and bereavement counselor Marcia Hilton, who both worked for 25 years on hospice teams, remember their first days on the job.