Smoking sucks! The one thing I would say to my kid is, 'It's not just that it's bad for you. Do you want to spend the rest of your life fighting a stupid addiction to a stupid thing that doesn't even really give you a good buzz?'
So much about living life, to me, is about humility and gratitude. And I've tried very hard to have those qualities and be that person and I'm just so disappointed in myself that I allowed it to slip.
I'm the most uncoordinated clumsy, klutzy person. I always had a bruise, I always tripped and fell.
My worst habit used to be smoking but I quit.
I'm too lazy and I like food and I like my free time too much to spend it working out!
Guys are kind of retarded until they're about 30.
We are all human beings, part of the human race, and we need to be compassionate and giving and kind with one another.
I want to stay in the moment and enjoy the great things that are happening.
I definitely want to go out and explore different personalities and different people.
Adoption has been a part of my life and a part of my family, so it was how I wanted to start. It felt natural and right to me.
People make mistakes - they say things they shouldn't have or didn't necessarily mean. But I strongly believe in consequences. If there are none, someone might feel like they've gotten away with something, or that what they said couldn't have been that bad.
My good friends are Mormon, some of the best people I know.
I decided I was sick of trying to figure out what everybody else wanted, and I should just decide what I want, and be honest, and not spend all my time guessing.
When something disappointing happened, my mother would remind me not to let that become my focus. There's still so much to be grateful for.
Of course, of course I'm grateful. How can I not be grateful? I have been afforded such a wonderful life.
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