Joel’s ex girlfriend wanted his help but his friends told him to let her handle it. He says the worst thing he ever did resulted in fatal consequences. Part of my ongoing series of conversations on different themes recorded at St. Mark’s Coffeehouse in Denver.
Rusty remembers bullying an African American girl in his neighborhood. He knew better, but he says if he didn’t become a bully, someone would come after him instead. It’s the worst thing he ever did. From my Denver interviews, another in this series recorded at St. Mark’s Coffeehouse.
Sebastian was a teenager and his father was disciplining him. The worst thing Sebastian ever did was tell the neighbors his dad was abusing him. They never got a chance to talk about the trouble that caused the family. Recorded at Denver’s St. Mark’s Coffeehouse.
Erin says the worst thing she’s ever done is slap a child. It wasn’t hers. And she was in a foreign country at the time. This is more from the series called “The Worst Thing I Ever Did,” recorded at Kaladi Coffeehouse in Denver.
Chris says the worst thing he ever did was get married. The resulting lack of trust from that split, he says, has messed up his life for the past ten years. This interview is part of the series recorded at Kaladi Coffeehouse in Denver.
John says his mother never told him that a relationship going smoothly, he thought, could just blow up in his face. His mother stayed married, so what’s changed about relationships these days? Recorded at St. Mark’s Coffeehouse.
Wayne realizes that now that his mother has died there is no one standing between him and the end of life. But he doesn’t FEEL old! Even though he is reminded that death is not too far off. Recorded at Denver’s Pablo’s Coffeehouse.