I was always told I was special. And I was also assured that I had a gift and a purpose.
When I was working on Eye of the Beholder, I played a character who is so aloof that my whole lifestyle became very aloof. If someone knocked on my door, there was a part of me that went into a rage, because I wanted to be isolated and alone.
I think that, as with marriage, you just know when it's time to have kids.
Well, the fact is that one imagination is critically important, and if you have had your imagination stimulated by what is basically a variety of subjects, you are much more amenable to accepting, to understanding and interacting with the realities of the world.
It's up to us to take pop culture back and to express quality and dignity for both boys and girls.
Ruby in Paradise and the intensity and quality that I was able to experience on Smoke were equally as important to me as working on this movie every day for three-and-a-half months.
Everything I've done has been personally fun, important, and meaningful to me.
I did a lot of hiking and I loved it.
I get lonely when I'm a Playstation widow.
I think that being perceptive and having interests is nothing but an asset.
More often than what you're suggesting, I find people are surprised that I have an urban side to me.
Some Kentucky fans are a little more subdued.
Yeah, I've had the privilege to know a lot of really talented people.
And it blew my mind when I started to get wind of the fact that they actually liked me being around. That was humbling, because Kentucky basketball is a big deal, and I am not the biggest fan - I am just the most notorious one.
You don't stay married for 35 years by accident. I think that that's willful and intentional and something that both people really want.
And of course there's so much music in and around our family. I had a piano during Christmas because it's obviously useful through the season. There are so many people, songwriters, who are around.
I think it's easy for me to connect to some people, and I don't know if that's the same thing as falling in love whereas before, I might have said it was.
I think that we give the impression, to carry on your metaphor, that we go a little faster than we actually do. I'm fairly lazy so I'm always interested in slowing down.
It's funny, though, because when I first started going to races after we met, I was extremely nervous. It's like being backstage and hoping you don't trip over something or break an amp or accidentally speak into a live microphone, so I was really hesitant.
I can't think of anything I want and need that I don't already have but at the same time, I'm not sated.