I'd never been in play long enough for the flowers to die in the dressing room.
I'd stand in line for Confession with old people and little kids, and as the line moved up, I knew when I got into the box that I would lie! Again!
I never wanted a Guardian Angel. I didn't ask for one. One was assigned to me.
Alcohol is a very patient drug. It will wait for the alcoholic to pick it up one more time.
I can choose to accelerate my disease to an alcoholic death or incurable insanity, or I can choose to live within my thoroughly human condition.
My admiration for the phenomenon of Alcoholics Anonymous is boundless.
I've always had bronchitis. I've been administered the Sacrament of Death three times for it.
Neiman-Marcus is one thing, and the Dallas Cowboys are another.
I lose all control after two drinks of anything.
If I have to climb to heaven on a ladder, I shall decline the invitation.
My only true harmony lies deep within my soul, wherever that is. I know that somehow I am in tune with the universe.
At awards time, The Exorcist was nominated in 11 categories, everybody but the janitor was up for an Oscar. There was no category for what I did.
I'm glad I am a woman who once danced naked in the Mediterranean Sea at midnight.
I loved playing the part of the feisty Annie Sullivan in The Miracle Worker.
My name is real, which probably explains why I never became a superstar... how would that look in lights?
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