In my ideal world, no child would suffer. Charitable instincts would prevail. There would be global acceptance of all different types of people.
I know that I've got big ears and a big forehead and that my hair sticks up. But I'm happy with myself. I'm not necessarily trying to win a beauty pageant here.
I cannot raise a child to lie or to hide things. I wasn't raised that way, and I'm not going to raise a child to do that.
My mother taught me that we all have the power to achieve our dreams. What I lacked was the courage.
I decided to study special education and fell in love with working with individuals with autism. That's what I planned to do with my life.
I went to school for special education. I always assumed when I had the opportunity I would love to try and help kids with disabilities.
You know, I think I'm a stronger person for realizing that you can't make everybody love you.
Actually, I don't hate cats, I'm just kind of afraid of them.
I got rid of my glasses and they changed my hair. That's really all they did. They went shopping for me, so the clothes are different too. It wasn't like Extreme Makeover where I got a nose job or anything.
I'd hate to have a job where I had to be rude to people.
Well, fortunately we found out that the runner-up our particular year was going to get a record contract also. So it was kind of a - it was bitter sweet but it was an opportunity.
It's important that I make a difference in some way. It's not necessarily how I make a difference, but I want to make sure that I do.
The greatest glory never comes from falling, but from rising each time you fall.
It doesn't really matter to me how I make a difference, I just wanna make sure that I do.
I don't really feel like I have anybody to answer to but myself and God and the people I love.
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