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'I'm Old Enough To Do What I Like,' 87-Year-Old Tells Family

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'I'm Old Enough To Do What I Like,' 87-Year-Old Tells Family

'I'm Old Enough To Do What I Like,' 87-Year-Old Tells Family

'I'm Old Enough To Do What I Like,' 87-Year-Old Tells Family

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Kay Wang — an admittedly stubborn woman — chatted with her son and granddaughter at StoryCorps a few weeks before she passed away from liver cancer. (This piece initially aired on July 18, 2008, on Morning Edition).

This Mother's Day, StoryCorps wants you to sit down to interview or remember your mom on Sunday using their new StoryCorps app.

StoryCorps is a national nonprofit that gives people the chance to interview friends and loved ones about their lives. These conversations are archived at the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, allowing participants to leave a legacy for future generations. Learn more, including how to interview someone in your life, at StoryCorps.org.