The Parent Trap

May 2, 2020

A young woman grew up hearing about her parent’s epic love tale, but she never knew about the song behind it. And more lockdown advice from people all over the world.


The Game of Life

As a young boy, Glynn preferred monsters in his movies.

Produced by Pat Mesiti-Miller

After Glow

V grew up hearing about her parent’s love story… but she never knew about the song behind it.

BIG thanks to V and her mom for sharing that story with us here at Snap. 

Produced by Liz Mak, original score by Pat Mesiti-Miller 

Letters from Lockdown – Jerusalem, Rwanda, Brooklyn

Team Snap brings you the third installment of, “Letters from Lockdown.” Featuring more advice from people in places you would not believe. 


Mansoor Adayfi comes from Yemen but was detained at Guantánamo for fifteen years. Find out what he did to survive the brutality and isolation of a terror prison.

Mansoor is available for speaking and writing. Find him on Twitter (@mansooradayfi), InstagramFacebook, or check out his website


If you could only write down one sentence a day what would it be? Dr. Judy Elsley found herself as a patient battling for her life.

An artist and retired English professor, she lives with her husband in Ogden, Utah. Learn more about Judy.

On the Run

Meg and Elena were in love… and escaping Russia. They set sail on a small boat, heading out into the open seas, knowing only that they had each other.

You can find Meg and Elena’s blog and books on their website.


In the 90s, Eric Murangwe was the star goalkeeper of Rwanda’s most beloved football team, Rayon Sport. He was also a Tutsi – at the time when death squads were hunting Tutsis. Find out where Eric took refuge and with who.

Eric now runs a charity called Ishami Foundation, which brings people together through sport.  He’s currently raising money for vulnerable families affected by coronavirus during the genocide commemoration in Rwanda. Help him reach his goal


Estee grew up in an ultra-orthodox Jewish community in Brooklyn where her then-husband isolated her from friends, family, and activities for nearly two decades. Hear how Estee’s spirit could not be contained by four walls. 

Today, Estee lives in Jerusalem with her eight children and recently remarried a very kind man. She teaches Zumba Extreme at the Jerusalem YMCA. Hear more of Estee’s story in the Snap archives.

Thank you, Mansoor, Judy, Meg, Elena, Eric, and Estee for sharing your stories with us!

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