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I can't believe I gave my panties to a geek.
I used to sing with my father's jazz band and then when I was ten years old a musician friend of his suggested that I try out for the first west coast production of Annie.
In life, there is always that special person who shapes who you are, who helps to determine the person you become.
Did you work for the money to buy those earrings? Or did your Daddy buy those for you?
I've done kissing scenes with people who have been loaded. I'd think, 'Do you actually have to drink that Jack Daniels to kiss me?'
The moment you make someone promise anything is the same moment you ask them to lie to you.
Yes, my kids come first, but as a parent I need to come to them with a fresh mind. I can't be too exhausted or too tired. And I am a better parent when I have more energy.
We are the most brutal with the people we love the most.
From my experience, forgiving is the only way to survive.
A lot of people don't realize that not everybody gets high.
When I was a little kid I thought I would grow up to be black and sing jazz in nightclubs.
I just did in my early twenties what most did when they were teenagers, being free and exploring and making mistakes, but I did it in France. I did it privately.
Getting the pretty back is about getting back in touch with your essential self: the part of you that knows what you really want.
I'm really intimidated by beautiful people. Beautiful guys, especially.
I don't really believe in regret. I think you can always learn from the past, but I wouldn't want a different life.
Whatever it is that gives you that confidence will vary from person to person, but I do believe that it is the key to succeeding at anything in life - career, relationships, anything.
I feel like women very often do write differently than men, but women write things that men can't write.
What I like about being alone is being able to do whatever you want and it's for yourself.
Originally I considered myself a singer.
I just needed to leave Hollywood.
I think we do live in a very specialized society, where once you think about somebody as one thing, it's hard to change that. But I do a lot of things. I act, I write, I sing.
I've always been the bookish type, and I've never really hidden that about myself.
I felt all the things that other teenagers felt. I was insecure in lots of ways, over-confident in others. I was very emotional. Excitable.
I think you can be mature without being grown-up. You can also be grown-up without being mentally mature. One of them is forced, while the other one is your choice.
I think once you're a mother, you kind of always see your kids as a baby anyway no matter how old they get.
The wonderful thing about books is you never run out of them, you can just keep going. So I'm always finding new writers, or old writers that I just happen not to have read.
All of the advice that I give, I'm not an expert by any means, but it's just my opinion. So if somebody likes me or likes y style or my career, I think they should have that feeling.
I think when people hear about a celebrity writing a book of any kind, the assumption is that it was dictated to a ghostwriter.
I wish I had been more prepared, both for success and for failure, when I was younger.
Jazz is my comfort music, like comfort food.
To preach abstinence, I think, is absolutely not the right message to give to kids.
When you say you're 40, you can't call yourself an ingenue any more.
Books have always been really important to me; they're my saving grace.
John Hughes had such a huge impact on filmmaking.
The cover I was really excited about was 'Seventeen' magazine. To me, it was much bigger than 'Time.' 'Seventeen' was where I wanted to be.
I never really felt like I belonged in California.
I have a very independent spirit.
I never felt terribly comfortable in the public eye.
I like to say, jazz music is kind of like my musical equivalent of comfort food. You know, it's always where I go back to when I just want to feel sort of grounded.
I'm so associated with being young and being with a teenager.
I didn't have parents who were, you know, racing to get a reality television show, you know? Or looking to benefit in some way from their daughter's fame.
And to be honest, most actors are incredibly solipsistic.
Automatically everybody thinks of me as an actress who is trying to sing. And if I weren't me I'd probably think the same thing.
People feel like they grew up with me.
When I was turning 40, I felt that there were no books out there that hit the spot in terms of what I wanted to read.
I think people assume that women write about the domestic sphere. Women write about relationships and family. Men do, too, but then it's the Great American Novel.
I think once you sort of cross over and you realize what books can be - and if they mean something to you - there's just no stopping you.
I don't have control over how people choose to perceive me. The only thing I have control over is my writing.
If you leave home for a while ... you question the conventional wisdom you've grown up with. That doesn't mean you have to change your opinions or who you are, but it's good to ask the questions.
I've always been the go-to girl for all of my girlfriends in terms of relationship advice or clothing advice.