#TalkToMe: My Mom on Not Having Grandkids, NYC in 1963 and Motherhood

I sat down with my favorite person, (aka, my mother Joyce Hogi). She shared her thoughts on not being a grandmother, the culture shock of migrating to New York City from rural Alabama in 1963, and the best thing about motherhood.
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I sat down with my favorite person, (aka, my mother Joyce Hogi). She shared her thoughts on not being a grandmother, the culture shock of migrating to New York City from rural Alabama in 1963, and the best thing about motherhood.

A big thank you to my mom for being a good sport and agreeing to this interview without knowing the questions ahead of time!

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