I was never top of the class at school, but my classmates must have seen potential in me, because my nickname was Einstein.
I am a world expert on how to organise tasks in a senseless order, totally unrelated to priority, and thus create a massive panic leading up to an important deadline.
I wanted to be a ballerina as a child - I had a tutu, and I used to stage my own ballets in our front room with my family as the audience.
I wonder whether being a scientist's daughter makes you so conflicted about free will and fate.
I never thought I would become amazing. I never thought I would be as great as my father. I would like to continue writing novels, and hopefully, at some point, I would like to make the switch from being 'Stephen Hawking's daughter' to 'novelist Lucy Hawking,' and that will be a fabulous day.
I think the human race doesn't have a future if we don't go into space. We need to expand our horizons beyond planet Earth if we are to have a long-term future.
As a child, I wanted to know how things worked and to control them.
I'm not saying it never occurred to me to want to write a masterpiece, but I really doubt I could.
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