I can't imagine writing a screenplay where I didn't feel deeply connected at some kind of visceral level to the material.
The Beatles showed with 'Sgt. Pepper's' that you can make an album out of anything, just make it seem like it's connected.
I heard there are some real rowdy fans in New Zealand.
This is my face, it is the one people know me to be. I am happy with my face. Why shouldn't I be happy?
I've cooked my whole life, and I grew up in a household of cooks.
God bless IVF because it's never too late to conceive any more. However, having said that, I have to point out that going through IVF is a gruelling procedure; maybe that's why only a woman can go through it!
I go to Mexico quite often, and wrestling the Lucha Libre style, the pageantry - those experiences, you truly have to live. Television or social media doesn't do it justice.
It's a bad feeling, losing a World Cup.
There's a family tradition of fighting in the Kansas City Golden Gloves. My older brother, Tim, did, and so did my father's two youngest brothers, Trent and Troy. They all won the Golden Gloves. So when my mother asked me to keep the tradition going, I did.
My brother was the first to be home-schooled, and one reason they home-schooled me was so he wouldn't get jealous. Another thing is my mom noticed that I would stress out a lot about school. I would ask my teacher how good my grades were and think about that all the time.
There have been people who said I was a Pat Riley clone. But I don't think that's true. While I did learn a lot from him, I could never be him. I mean, we even dress so differently.
Elder McKinley wants his homosexuality to be turned off. To be a perfect Mormon, he has to put his feelings away.
I felt like I needed to be a 'pretty girl' for someone else. I felt like I needed to change a lot about who I actually was to be perfect for them instead of just being who I am genuinely.
I kind of have to bite my tongue sometimes with my lyrics.
Diversity is enormously important to me.
My father took me to see Hank Williams on December 14th, 1952. I was two years and four months of age. And I remember a little cool eddy of hair hitting my cheek, and I remember the smell of his hair oil, and I remember the mingling tonality of the small talk before the show started. Those are my memories.
Interest in a sport peaks during its championship season. That's when even casual observers turn on their television sets, and lifelong fans are born.
I hate it when it is all about the twist and when the ending comes out of nowhere. I think you should be surprised and shocked, but you should also think, 'Damn, I should have seen it,' because there are clues all the way through.
I am a confident player, and a lot of people might look at it like, 'Oh, another cocky attitude,' but I don't look at it that way.