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[NPR] 【整理】2008npr-09-08&09-11 父亲,您就是我面对生活的最佳榜样

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Joseph Natale tells his son Greg about raising three children after the death of his wife.


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Hi, this is the StoryCorps podcast. And in this episode, we'll hear a conversation from Buffalo, New York. One of our mobile recording booth stopped there recently. And Joseph Natale dropped by with his son Greg. After his wife died, Joseph raised Greg and Greg's two sisters on his own. He's 78 now. And during his interview, Joseph told his son about life as widower(鳏夫) and bachelor(单身汉).

 

I spent a couple of years overcompensating(过度补偿) as a father. You know, I'd open the refrigerator door and see two gallons of milk, and have to run to the store because we were running short of milk, and buy three more gallons, and, it was that kind of thing. I was so afraid of not being a good parent, and filling in for your missing mother, you know. I did that for a couple of years and I realized that I had to start doing something for myself as well as my kids, and I began to, participate in local theatre.

 

So get to the party where you met Kelli there?

 

Well, I was hired too for a role in a play. And Kelli was in the play, and that's where we met.

 

You called me up. I think it was a Sunday and you said I have to see something, well okay, so you started seeing somebody and you would have seen a few ladies.

 

I hate date , you know...

 

Over and over a few years after mom had passed away. And I thought that's great, and you say, well, it’s getting really serious.

 

The amazing thing was: no way was I longing to get married, but it just seemed so natural. By that time we got married, we were deeply in love.

 

What does that mean to you to have that second love of your life?

 

Well, you know, mom died in 1977. She died the day before my birthday. And you know, you yet had to deal with that loss, and you'll still have to live life, and that's what I hoped. You, kids got out of it too well.

 

We did. You taught me that through everything you've done. Through your example, you prepared me for life. You made me able to deal with my own ups and downs.

 

Yeah, I was in trying to be an example, you know...

 

Well, that's the best kind of example. And I just want to say thanks.

 

That's Greg Natale with his father Joseph in Buffalo, New York. To see photos and to make reservation for your own interview, visit storycorps.net.

 

Major support for StoryCorps is provided by State Farm and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our podcasts are supported by the Fetzer Institute as a part of its campaign for love and forgiveness. Learn more, at loveandforgive.org.

 

Our StoryCorps interviews are housed at the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress. And you can hear StoryCorps on the radio Fridays on NPR's morning edition.

 

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Hi, this is the StoryCorp podcast. And in this episode we'll hear a conversation from Buffalo, New York. One of our mobile recording booth stopped there recently. And Joseph Natale dropped by with his son Grag. After his wife died, Joseph raised Greg and Greg's 2 sisters on his own. He's 78 now. And during his interview, Joseph told his son about life as widower and bachelor.

 

I spent a couple of years over compensating as a father. You know, I'd open the refrigerator door and see 2 gallons of milk, and have to run to the store because we were running short of milk, and by 3 more gallons, and, it was that kind of thing. I was so afraid of not being a good parent, and feeling in for your missing mother, you know. I did that for a couple of years and I realized that I had to start doing something for myself as well as my kids, and began do, participate in local theatre.

 

So get to the party where you met Kelli there?

 

Well, I was hired too for a role in play. And Kelli was on the play, and that's where we met.

 

You called me up. I think it was a Sunday and you said I have to take something, well okay, so you started seeing somebody and you had seen a few ladies.

 

I hate dating, you know...

 

Over and over a few years after mom passed away. And I say that's great, and you say, well, let's get it really serious.

 

The amazing thing was: no way was I longing to get married, but it just seemed so natural. By that time we got married, we were deeply in love.

 

What does that mean to have that second love of your life?

 

Well, you know, mom died in 1977. She died the day before my birthday. And you know, you yet had to do with that lesson. You'll still have to do live life, and that's what I hoped. Kids got out of it too well.

 

We did. You taught me. That's everything you've done. Through your example, you prepared me for life. You made me able to deal with my own ups and downs.

 

Yeah, I wasn't trying to be an example, you know...

 

Well, that's the best kind of example. And I just wanted to say thanks.

 

That's Greg Natale with his father Joseph in Buffalo, New York. To see photos and to make reservations for your own interview, visit storycorp.net. Major support for StoryCorp is provided by State Farm and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our podcasts are supported by the Fetzer Institute as part of its campaign for love and forgiveness. Learn more, at loveandforgive.org. Our StoryCorp interviews are housed at the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress. And you can hear StoryCorp on the radio Fridays on NPR's morning edition.

 

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StoryCorp is made possible through funding from State Farm, the Atlantic Philanthropies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and most importantly, through the support of participants and listeners like you nationwide.

 

Hi, this is the StoryCorp podcast. And in this episode we'll hear a conversation from Buffalo, New York. One of our mobile recording booth stopped there recently. And Joseph Natale dropped by with his son Grag. After his wife died, Joseph raised Greg and Greg's 2 sisters on his own. He's 78 now. And during his interview, Joseph told his son about life as widower and bachelor.

 

I spent a couple of years over compensating as a father. You know, I'd open the refrigerator door and see 2 gallons of milk, and have to run to the store because we were running short of milk, and by 3 more gallons, and, it was that kind of thing. I was so afraid of not being a good parent, and filling in for your missing mother, you know. I did that for a couple of years and I realized that I had to start doing something for myself as well as my kids, and I began do, participate in local theatre.

 

So get to the party where you met Kelli there?

 

Well, I was hired too for a role in play. And Kelli was on the play, and that's where we met.

 

You called me up. I think it was a Sunday and you said I have to take something, well okay, so you started seeing somebody and you had seen a few ladies.

 

I hate dating, you know...

 

Over and over a few years after mom had passed away. And I thought that's great, and you say, well, it’s getting really serious.

 

The amazing thing was: no way was I longing to get married, but it just seemed so natural. By that time we got married, we were deeply in love.

 

What does that mean to you to have that second love of your life?

 

Well, you know, mom died in 1977. She died the day before my birthday. And you know, you yet have to deal with through that loss and you'll still have to live life, and that's what I hoped. Kids got out of it too well.

 

We did. You taught me that through everything you've done. Through your example, you prepared me for life. You made me able to deal with my own ups and downs.

 

Yeah, I was in trying to be an example, you know...

 

Well, that's the best kind of example. And I am, I just wanted to say thanks.

 

That's Greg Natale with his father Joseph in Buffalo, New York. To see photos and to make reservations for your own interview, visit storycorp.net. Major support for StoryCorp is provided by State Farm and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our podcasts are supported by the Fetzer Institute as part of its campaign for love and forgiveness. Learn more, at loveandforgive.org. Our StoryCorp interviews are housed at the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress. And you can hear StoryCorp on the radio Fridays on NPR's morning edition.

 

For the StoryCorp podcast, this is Michael Garofalo. Thanks for listening.

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Support for NPR podcasts comes from visa, offering the visa signature card, featuring concierge services for travel, dining and entertainment at visasignature.com.

 

 

 

StoryCorp is made possible through funding from State Farm, the Atlantic Philanthropies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and most importantly, through the support of participants and listeners like you nationwide.

 

 

 

Hi, this is the StoryCorp podcast. And in this episode we'll hear a conversation from Buffalo, New York. One of our mobile recording booth stopped there recently. And Joseph Natale dropped by with his son Grag. After his wife died, Joseph raised Greg and Greg's 2 sisters on his own. He's 78 now. And during his interview, Joseph told his son about life as widower and bachelor.

 

 

 

I spent a couple of years over compensating as a father. You know, I'd open the refrigerator door and see 2 gallons of milk, and have to run to the store because we were running short of milk, and by 3 more gallons, and, it was that kind of thing. I was so afraid of not being a good parent, and filling in for the missing mother, you know. I did that for a couple of years and I realized that I had to start doing something for myself as well as my kids, and I began do, participate in local theatre.

 

 

 

So get to the party where you met Kelli there?

 

 

 

Well, I was hired too for a role in play. And Kelli was on the play, and that's where we met.

 

 

 

You called me up. I think it was a Sunday and you said I have to tell you something, well okay, so you started seeing somebody and you had seen a few ladies.

 

 

 

I hate dating, you know...

 

 

 

Over and over a few years after mom had passed away. And I thought that's great, and you say, well, its getting really serious.

 

 

 

The amazing thing was: no way was I longing to get married, but it just seemed so natural. By that time we got married, we were deeply in love.

 

 

 

What does that mean to you to have that second love of your life?

 

 

 

Well, you know, mom died in 1977. She died the day before my birthday. And you know, you yet have to deal with through that loss and you'll still have to live life, and that's what I hoped.you Kids got out of it too well.

 

 

 

We did. You taught me that through everything you've done. Through your example, you prepared me for life. You made me able to deal with my own ups and downs.

 

 

 

Yeah, I was in trying to be an example, you know...

 

 

 

Well, that's the best kind of example. And I am, I just wanted to say thanks.

 

 

 

That's Greg Natale with his father Joseph in Buffalo, New York. To see photos and to make reservations for your own interview, visit storycorp.net. Major support for StoryCorp is provided by State Farm and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our podcasts are supported by the Fetzer Institute as part of its campaign for love and forgiveness. Learn more, at loveandforgive.org. Our StoryCorp interviews are housed at the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress. And you can hear StoryCorp on the radio Fridays on NPR's morning edition.

 

 

 

For the StoryCorp podcast, this is Michael Garofalo. Thanks for listening.

 

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StoryCorp is made possible through funding from State Farm, the Atlantic Philanthropies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and most importantly, through the support of participants and listeners like you nationwide.

  

Hi, this is the StoryCorp podcast. And in this episode we'll hear a conversation from Buffalo, New York. One of our mobile recording booth stopped there recently. And Joseph Natale dropped by with his son Grag. After his wife died, Joseph raised Greg and Greg's 2 sisters on his own. He's 78 now. And during his interview, Joseph told his son about life as widower and bachelor. 

 

I spent a couple of years over compensating as a father. You know, I'd open the refrigerator door and see 2 gallons of milk, and have to run to the store because we were running short of milk, and buy 3 more gallons, and, it was that kind of thing. I was so afraid of not being a good parent, and filling in for the missing mother, you know. I did that for a couple of years and I realized that I had to start doing something for myself as well as my kids, and I began to participate in local theatre. 

 

So get to the part where you met Kelli there?

  

Well, I was hired too for a role in play. And Kelli was in the play, and that's where we met.

  

You called me up. I think it was a Sunday and you said I have to tell you something, well okay, so you said i am seeing somebody and you had seen a few ladies. 

 

I hate dating, you know...

  

Over and over a few years after mom had passed away. And I thought that's great, as that you say, well, its getting really serious.

  

The amazing thing was: no way was I longing to get married, but it just seemed so natural. By that time we got married, we were deeply in love.

  

What does that mean to you to have that second love of your life? 

 

Well, you know, mom died in 1977. She died the day before my birthday. And you know, you yet have to deal with through that loss and you'll still have to live life, and that's what I hoped.you Kids got out of it too well.

  

We did. You taught me that through everything you've done. Through your example, you prepared me for life. You made me able to deal with my own ups and downs.  

 

Yeah, I was in trying to be an example, you know...

  

Well, that's the best kind of example. And I am, I just wanted to say thanks. 

 

That's Greg Natale with his father Joseph in Buffalo, New York. To see photos and to make reservations for your own interview, visit storycorp.net. Major support for StoryCorp is provided by State Farm and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our podcasts are supported by the Fetzer Institute as part of its campaign for love and forgiveness. Learn more, at loveandforgive.org. Our StoryCorp interviews are housed at the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress. And you can hear StoryCorp on the radio Fridays on NPR's morning edition.

  

For the StoryCorp podcast, this is Michael Garofalo. Thanks for listening.

 

 

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Support for NPR podcasts comes from visa, offering the visa signature card, featuring concierge services for travel, dining and entertainment at visasignature.com. 

 

StoryCorp is made possible through funding from State Farm, the Atlantic Philanthropist, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and most importantly, through the support of participants and listeners like you nationwide.

  

Hi, this is the StoryCorp podcast. And in this episode we'll hear a conversation from Buffalo, New York. One of our mobile recording booth stopped there recently. And Joseph Natale dropped by with his son Grag. After his wife died, Joseph raised Greg and Greg's 2 sisters on his own. He's 78 now. And during his interview, Joseph told his son about life as widower and bachelor. 

 

I spent a couple of years over compensating as a father. You know, I'd open the refrigerator door and see 2 gallons of milk, and have to run to the store because we were running short of milk, and buy 3 more gallons, and, it was that kind of thing. I was so afraid of not being a good parent, and filling in for the missing mother, you know. I did that for a couple of years and I realized that I had to start doing something for myself as well as my kids, and I began to participate in local theatre. 

 

So get to the part where you met Kelli then?

  

Well, I was hired too for a role in play. And Kelli was on the play, and that's where we met.

  

You called me up. I think it was a Sunday and you said I have to tell you something, well okay, so you said i am seeing somebody and you had seen a few ladies. 

 

I hate dating, you know...(稍微有点怀疑是不是这句,不过我也听不出别的,就让它蓝了吧  :)

  

Over and over a few years after mom had passed away. And I thought that's great as that, you say, well, its getting really serious.

  

The amazing thing was: no way was I longing to get married, but it just seemed so natural. By that time we got married, we were deeply in love.

  

What does that mean to you to have that second lover of your life? 

 

Well, you know, mom died in 1977. She died the day before my birthday. And you know, you,you have to deal with through that loss and you'll still have to live life, and that's what I hoped.you Kids got out of it too well.

  

We did. You taught me that through everything you've done. Through your example, you prepared me for life. You made me able to deal with my own ups and downs.  

 

Yeah, I was in trying to be an example, you know...

  

Well, that's the best kind of example. And I am, I just wanted to say thanks. 

 

That's Greg Natale with his father Joseph in Buffalo, New York. To see photos and to make reservations for your own interview, visit storycorp.net. Major support for StoryCorp is provided by State Farm and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our podcasts are supported by the Fetzer Institute as part of its campaign for love and forgiveness. Learn more, at loveandforgive.org. Our StoryCorp interviews are housed at the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress. And you can hear StoryCorp on the radio Fridays on NPR's morning edition.

  

For the StoryCorp podcast, this is Michael Garofalo. Thanks for listening.

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Support for NPR podcasts comes from visa, offering the visa signature card, featuring concierge services for travel, dining and entertainment at visasignature.com.

 

StoryCorp is made possible through funding from State Farm, the Atlantic Philanthropies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and most importantly, through the support of participants and listeners like you nationwide.

 

Hi, this is the StoryCorp podcast. And in this episode we'll hear a conversation from Buffalo, New York. One of our mobile recording booth stopped there recently. And Joseph Natale dropped by with his son Grag. After his wife died, Joseph raised Greg and Greg's 2 sisters on his own. He's 78 now. And during his interview, Joseph told his son about life as widower and bachelor.

 

I spent a couple of years over compensating as a father. You know, I'd open the refrigerator door and see 2 gallons of milk, and have to run to the store because we were running short of milk, and buy 3 more gallons, and, it was that kind of thing. I was so afraid of not being a good parent, and filling in for your missing mother, you know. I did that for a couple of years and I realized that I had to start doing something for myself as well as my kids, and I began do, participate in local theatre.

 

So get to the party where you met Kelli there?

 

Well, I was hired too for a role in play. And Kelli was on the play, and that's where we met.

 

You called me up. I think it was a Sunday and you said I have to take something, well okay, so you started seeing somebody and you had seen a few ladies.

 

I hate date it, you know...

 

Over and over a few years after mom had passed away. And I thought that's great, and you say, well, it’s getting really serious.

 

The amazing thing was: no way was I longing to get married, but it just seemed so natural. By that time we got married, we were deeply in love.

 

What does that mean to you to have that second love of your life?

 

Well, you know, mom died in 1977. She died the day before my birthday. And you know, you yet had to deal with through that loss. You'll still have to live life, and that's what I hoped. Kids got out of it too well.

 

We did. You taught me through everything you've done. Through your example, you prepared me for life. You made me able to deal with my own ups and downs.

 

Yeah, I was in trying to be an example, you know...

 

Well, that's the best kind of example. And I just want to say thanks.

 

That's Greg Natale with his father Joseph in Buffalo, New York. To see photos and to make reservations for your own interview, visit storycorp.net. Major support for StoryCorp is provided by State Farm and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our podcasts are supported by the Fetzer Institute as part of its campaign for love and forgiveness. Learn more, at loveandforgive.org. Our StoryCorp interviews are housed at the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress. And you can hear StoryCorp on the radio Fridays on NPR's morning edition.

 

For the StoryCorp podcast, this is Michael Garofalo. Thanks for listening.

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 StoryCorp is made possible through funding from State Farm, the Atlantic Philanthropies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and most importantly, through the support of participants and listeners like you nationwide. Hi, this is the StoryCorp podcast. And in this episode we'll hear a conversation from Buffalo, New York. One of our mobile recording booth stopped there recently. And Joseph Natale dropped by with his son Grag. After his wife died, Joseph raised Greg and Greg's 2 sisters on his own. He's 78 now. And during his interview, Joseph told his son about life as widower and bachelor. I spent a couple of years over compensating as a father. You know, I'd open the refrigerator door and see 2 gallons of milk, and have to run to the store because we were running short of milk, and buy 3 more gallons, and, it was that kind of thing. I was so afraid of not being a good parent, and filling in for your missing mother, you know. I did that for a couple of years and I realized that I had to start doing something for myself as well as my kids, and I began do, participate in local theatre. So get to the party where you met Kelli there? Well, I was hired too for a role in play. And Kelli was on the play, and that's where we met. You called me up. I think it was a Sunday and you said I have to take something, well okay, so you started seeing somebody and you had seen a few ladies. I hate date it, you know... Over and over a few years after mom had passed away. And I thought that's great, and you say, well, it’s getting really serious. The amazing thing was: no way was I longing to get married, but it just seemed so natural. By that time we got married, we were deeply in love. What does that mean to you to have that second love of your life? Well, you know, mom died in 1977. She died the day before my birthday. And you know, you yet had to deal with through that loss. You'll still have to live life, and that's what I hoped.You kids got out of it too well. We did. You taught me through everything you've done. Through your example, you prepared me for life. You made me able to deal with my own ups and downs. Yeah, I was in trying to be an example, you know... Well, that's the best kind of example. And I just want to say thanks.

 That's Greg Natale with his father Joseph in Buffalo, New York. To see photos and to make reservations for your own interview, visit storycorp.net. Major support for StoryCorp is provided by State Farm and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our podcasts are supported by the Fetzer Institute as part of its campaign for love and forgiveness. Learn more, at loveandforgive.org. Our StoryCorp interviews are housed at the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress. And you can hear StoryCorp on the radio Fridays on NPR's morning edition. For the StoryCorp podcast, this is Michael Garofalo. Thanks for listening.

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Support for NPR podcasts comes from visa, offering the visa signature card, featuring concierge services for travel, dining and entertainment at visasignature.com.

 

StoryCorp is made possible through funding from State Farm, the Atlantic Philanthropies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and most importantly, through the support of participants and listeners like you nationwide.

 

Hi, this is the StoryCorp podcast. And in this episode we'll hear a conversation from Buffalo, New York. One of our mobile recording booths stopped there recently. And Joseph Natale dropped by with his son Greg. After his wife died, Joseph raised Greg and Greg's 2 sisters on his own. He's 78 now. And during his interview, Joseph told his son about life as widower and bachelor.

 

I spent a couple of years over compensating as a father. You know, I'd open the refrigerator door and see 2 gallons of milk, and have to run to the store because we were running short of milk, and buy 3 more gallons, and, it was that kind of thing. I was so afraid of not being a good parent, and filling in for your missing mother, you know. I did that for a couple of years and I realized that I had to start doing something for myself as well as my kids, and I began to, participate in local theatre.

 

So get to the party where you met Kelli there?

 

Well, I was hired too for a role in play. And Kelli was on the play, and that's where we met.

 

You called me up. I think it was a Sunday and you said I have to take something, well okay, so you started seeing somebody and you had seen a few ladies.

 

I hate date it, you know...

 

Over and over a few years after mom had passed away. And I thought that's great, and you say, well, it’s getting really serious.

 

The amazing thing was: no way was I longing to get married, but it just seemed so natural. By that time we got married, we were deeply in love.

 

What does that mean to you to have that second love of your life?

 

Well, you know, mom died in 1977. She died the day before my birthday. And you know, you yet had to deal with that loss. You'll still have to live life, and that's what I hoped. You, kids got out of it too well.

 

We did. You taught me that through everything you've done. Through your example, you prepared me for life. You made me able to deal with my own ups and downs.

 

Yeah, I was in trying to be an example, you know...

 

Well, that's the best kind of example. And I just want to say thanks.

 

That's Greg Natale with his father Joseph in Buffalo, New York. To see photos and to make reservations for your own interview, visit storycorp.net. Major support for StoryCorp is provided by State Farm and Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our podcasts are supported by the Fetzer Institute as a part of its campaign for love and forgiveness. Learn more, at loveandforgive.org. Our StoryCorp interviews are housed at the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress. And you can hear StoryCorp on the radio Fridays on NPR's morning edition.

 

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Hi,this is the StoryCorp Podcast.And in this episode we'll hear a conversation from Buffalo, New York. One of our mobile recording booth stopped there recently,and Joseph Natale dropped by with his son Grag.After his wife died, Joseph raised Grag and Grag's two sisters on his own.He's 78 now,and druing his interview Joseph told his son about life as widower and bachelor.

 

 I spent a couple of years over compensating as a father.You know, I'd opened the refrigerator door and see two gallons of milk,and I have to run the store, because we were running short of milk, and buy three more gallons.and it was that kind of thing.I was so afraid of not being a good parent, and filling in for the missing mother, you know.I did that for a couple of years, I realized that I had to start doing something for myself as well as my kids,and I began to participate in local theatre.

 

So get to the part when you meet Kelly there.

 

Well,I was hired too for a role in a play,and Kelly was on the play, and, that's where we met.

 

You called up me up,I think it was a Sunday and you said I have to take something,well ok,so you said I am seeing somebody, and you'd seen a few ladies.

 

 I hate date, you know.

 

Over and over a few years after mom had past away.And I thought that's great,and you said, well,it's getting really serious.

 

The amazing thing was: No way was I longing to get married,but it just seemed so natural.By the time we got married we were deeply in love.

 

What is that mean to you to have a second love of your life?

 

Well, you know, mom died in 1977. She died the day before my birthday.And you konw you yet had to deal with that lost, you still have to live life, and that's what I hoped you kids got out of it too well.

 

We did.You taught me that through everything you've done, through your example,you prepared me for life.You made me able to deal with my own ups and downs.

 

Yeah,I was trying to be an example,you konw...

 

Well, that's the best kind of example, and I'm...I just wanna to say thanks.

 

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Hi, this is the storycorp podcast , and in  this episode we will hear a conversation from Buffalo ,New York .
One of our mobile recording booth. stopped there recently and Joseph Natale dropped by with his son Greg ,after his wife died ,Joseph raised Greg and Greg's two sisters on his own .
He is 78  now ,and during his interview ,Joseph told his son about life as  widower and bachelor .

I spent a couple of years over compensating as a father , you know , I'd open the refrigrator door and see two gallons of milk and  have to  run to the srore  besause we were running short of milk and buy three more gallons and ,it was that kind of thing ,I  was so afraid of not being a good parent and filling in for the missing your mother ,you  know .
I did that for a couple of years and I realized that I had to start  doing something for myself as well as my kids and I began to participant in local theatre .

So Get to the part where you met Kelli then ?
Well ,I was hired too for ..a role of in  play and Kelli was in  the play and that's where we met .

You called me up. I think it was Sunday and you said I have to tell you something ,well okay .So you said I am seeing somebody and you had seen a few ladies .

I hate date , you know ...
Over and  over a few years after mom had passed away ,and I thought that's great ,as that  you say ,well ,it's getting really serious .

The ...Amazing thing .was no way  was I longing to get married but it just seemed so natural ,by that time ,we got  married ,we were deeply in love.

What does that mean to you to have that second love of your  life ?

Well ,you know ,mom died in 1977 ,she died the day before my birthday and you know , you yet  have to deal with through that  loss ,and you'll still have to live life and that's what I hoped .you Kids got out of it too well
Yeah .
We did .

You taught me that through everthing you've done , through your example ,you prepared me for life .You made me able to deal with my own ups and downs .
Yeah .I was trying to be an example ,you know .
Well ,That's the best kind of example and I am ,I just wanted to say thanks .

That is Greg Natale with his father Joseph  in Buffalo ,New York .
To see photos and to make a reservations for your own interview ,vist storycorp.net.
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Our potcasts are  supported by the Fetzer ...institute  as part of  its campaign for love and forgiveness .
Learn more at loveandforgive.org .
Our storycorp interviews are  housed at the  America  folk life center at the  library  of congress .
And you can hear srorycorp on the radio fridays on NPR's morning edition .
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Thanks for listening .

 


 

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StoryCorps is made possible through funding from State Farm, the Atlantic Philanthropies, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and most importantly, through the support of participants and listeners like you nationwide.

 

Hi, this is the StoryCorp podcast. And in this episode we'll hear a conversation from Buffalo, New York. One of our mobile recording being stopped there recently. And Joseph Natale dropped by with his son Greg. After his wife died, Joseph raised Greg and Greg's 2 sisters on his own. He's 78 now. And during his interview, Joseph told his son about life as widower and bachelor.

 

I spent a couple of years overcompensating as a father. You know, I'd open the refrigerator door and see two gallons of milk, and have to run to the store because we were running short of milk, and buy three more gallons, and, it was that kind of thing. I was so afraid of not being a good parent, and filling in for your missing mother, you know. I did that for a couple of years and I realized that I had to start doing something for myself as well as my kids, and I began to, participate in local theatre.

 

So get to the party where you met Kelli there?

 

Well, I was hired too for a role in a play. And Kelli was in the play, and that's where we met.

 

You called me up. I think it was a Sunday and you said I have to take something, well okay, so you started seeing somebody and you would have seen a few ladies.

 

I hate date /, you know...

 

Over and over a few years after mom had passed away. And I thought that's great, and you say, well, it’s getting really serious.

 

The amazing thing was: no way was I longing to get married, but it just seemed so natural. By that time we got married, we were deeply in love.

 

What does that mean to you to have that second love of your life?

 

Well, you know, mom died in 1977. She died the day before my birthday. And you know, you yet had to deal with that loss, and you'll still have to live life, and that's what I hoped. You, kids got out of it too well.

 

We did. You taught me that through everything you've done. Through your example, you prepared me for life. You made me able to deal with my own ups and downs.

 

Yeah, I was in trying to be an example, you know...

 

Well, that's the best kind of example. And I just want to say thanks.

 

That's Greg Natale with his father Joseph in Buffalo, New York. To see photos and to make reservations for your own interview, visit storycorp.net. Major support for StoryCorps is provided by State Farm and Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Our podcasts are supported by the Fetzer Institute as a part of its campaign for love and forgiveness. Learn more, at loveandforgive.org. Our StoryCorp interviews are housed at the American Folk Life Center at the Library of Congress. And you can hear StoryCorp on the radio Fridays on NPR's morning edition.

 

For the StoryCorp podcast, this is Michael Garofalo. Thanks for listening.

 

 

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