I never wanted to separate from either wife. It was accumulated stress. We had virtually no time to ourselves. After politics we were both working very hard to establish new careers.
I always wanted to go to Sundance.
When I used to watch comedians with my dad, he laid it all out for me. He wanted to be a comedian himself, and he was so funny. We'd watch stand-up on TV, and he'd tell me the subtext of what they were saying.
TV family sitcoms have always been about fathers who know best and mothers who are so enchanted with everything they do. I wanted to be the first mom to be a mom on TV. I wanted to sent out a message about how us women really feel.
And, you know, I liked writing humor. Well, I should say, I wanted to write seriously, but it kept turning funny.
I always was a writer, but then I wanted to do stand-up because I thought that was a way that I could perform what I wrote.
I'm very caring with animals. I think patience is a big deal, because animals are always jumping around. I love to take care of people, so I think I'd be a good vet. I always wanted to be a vet when I was little.
I've tapdanced since I was 11 years old. I always wanted to be a tapdancer, and that's all I ever wanted to be.
I wanted to make noise, not study theory.
I had always seen myself as a star; I wanted to be a galaxy.
I have not wanted to intimidate audiences. I have not wanted my dancing to be an elitist form. That doesn't mean I haven't wanted it to be excellent.
I wanted to do pretty much a purely boy story, yes. The girls are kind of the bad guys in 'Marble Season', although that wasn't my intention. It's also a world without adults.
Yonkers made me strong and made me believe in myself, because so many people would doubt you and not believe. There are people that would believe in you, but the environment was so harsh, nobody wanted you to get out, you know?
When I was little, like 7 to 15, there was nothing I wanted to do but go to church and go to school.
I don't think anybody ever started a great business because they wanted to make a little more cash. They had a dream. They wanted to better their life.
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