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Mini Oral History with Tracey Kole, 02/11/2021

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Mini Oral History with Tracey Kole, 02/11/2021
Tracey Kole Oral History, 2021/02/11

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I recorded a mini oral history with my mom about silver linings.
The photos are two pictures Tracey took of the wildflowers growing in summer 2020.

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Type (Dublin Core)

oral history

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Contributor's Tags (a true folksonomy) (Friend of a Friend)

Collection (Dublin Core)

English
English

Date Submitted (Dublin Core)

02/11/2021

Date Modified (Dublin Core)

02/12/2021

Date Created (Dublin Core)

02/11/2021

Interviewer (Bibliographic Ontology)

Kathleen Kole de Peralta

Interviewee (Bibliographic Ontology)

Tracey Kole

Location (Omeka Classic)

Sandford
Michigan
United States

Format (Dublin Core)

mp3 audio

Language (Dublin Core)

English

Duration (Omeka Classic)

0h:02m:16s

Transcription (Omeka Classic)

Kathleen Kole de Peralta 0:01
All right, my name is Katie Kole de Peralta and I'm a clinical assistant professor at ASU. The date is February 11. And it's 10:16am Mountain Standard Time. And I'm speaking with Tracy Kole, I want to ask you a question mom about your pandemic experience. But before I do, I would like to ask for your consent to record this response for the COVID-19 archive. The COVID-19 archive is a digital archive at ASU that is collecting pandemic experiences. Do I have your consent to record your response and add it to the archive with your name?

Tracey Kole 0:40
This is Tracy Kole and you have my permission.

Kathleen Kole de Peralta 0:43
Okay, great. Thank you. So first, can you tell me your name, age and where you live?

Tracey Kole 0:51
My name is Tracy Kole and I am 70 years old and I live in Sanford, Michigan.

Kathleen Kole de Peralta 0:57
Great. Now I'm just going to ask you a quick question about the pandemic. We've experienced a lot of changes in 2020. And many have been negative and disruptive. But perhaps it's not all bad. What's one positive thing you've experienced during the pandemic?

Tracey Kole 1:14
I think when COVID started, I felt rather isolated. But then in May 19, there was a flood. So while I was already staying home this flood destroyed half of my house. And for me it was a silver lining when neighbors and friends and churches and everybody came to help us rebuild. And also I have a real love of gardening but have always been too busy to take the time to do it. But COVID provided me the time to stay home and plant a garden where the flood had been to have flowers bloom later in the summer that were just wonderful to watch. To look at.

Kathleen Kole de Peralta 1:58
And you mentioned that you planted flowers also on the old lake bed that where the lake used to be.

Tracey Kole 2:04
That is where my flowers are planted. I put wildflower seeds down on the lake bed.

Kathleen Kole de Peralta 2:09
That definitely sounds like a silver lining. Thank you for your time today.

Tracey Kole 2:13
Thank you

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This item was submitted on February 11, 2021 by Katy Kole de Peralta using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/archive

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