I'm mourning with the rest of the world for the talented, gorgeous, funny, intelligent John Forsythe but my heart is broken for the loss of my dear, dear friend and neighbor. I will miss him terribly.
My mother has rheumatoid arthritis. I don't want to lose the ability to jump up and walk across the room or move around with the energy I'm used to having. That's far more important to me than a wrinkle or two.
Don't overdo it. Don't over-diet, over-exercise, overeat, overdo the makeup, and don't stress out.
My mother, grandmother and older sister all cooked, so it was hard to get into the kitchen. So I have no talent for cooking. I was always out in the garage with my dad. I have a tool belt. I'm a repair chick.
You think you're in control, and you're trying to get that square peg in that round hole. You're frustrated, and you realize that you're not in control of everything. You need to just step back and let God.
I think that discipline is so much of an important part of being a parent. Because it's very, very important to teach your children to take responsibility for their actions.
I'm terribly sad about Farrah's passing. She was incredibly brave, and God will be welcoming her with open arms.
You have to make peace with life.
I think life has a way of kicking you in the pants too, but you have to pick up and move ahead, and it certainly helps if you have a good partner in life.
There were nine children in my father's family and eight in my mother's. My grandparents did the best with what they had. After the Depression, they were scratching out a living and working hard. They kept the family going.
As you get older, you develop your style. For me, the simpler, the better.
I always wanted to be tall, but I'm not, OK?
I laugh a lot and count my blessings.
I'm very careful in the sunshine.
If I can help get anybody through puberty, I say, 'Good!'
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