I have loved movies as the number one thing in my life so long that I can't ever remember a time when I didn't.
I loved it but social reality impeded. Now I wander in here at 9 in the morning or so and come back for a while in the afternoon. I am a very lenient boss.
I loved to read and I think any child who loves to read will read anything including the back of the cereal box which I did every morning.
Hitchhiking was such a pure form of existence. You'd wake up in the morning and you'd have no idea what your day was going to be. And that's something I've never been able to shake. I loved that.
I loved fantasy but I particularly loved the stories in which somebody got out of where they were and into somewhere better - as in the 'Chronicles Of Narnia ' 'The Wizard Of Oz ' 'The Phantom Tollbooth ' the 'Dungeons & Dragons' cartoon on Saturday morning in the '80s.
We've always loved going to the movies. Our mom and dad are big movie fans. They'd take us on these movie orgys where we'd see sometimes three movies in a day.
I always was drawn to the performing arts. I started dancing when I was two. I sang loved to act and loved going to visit my mom on-set. But she wanted me to have a normal childhood so I wasn't really allowed to pursue acting till I got older.
I just started watching wrestling in 2008 and I've loved it ever since. I told my mom I wanted to become a wrestler.
I had ridiculous amounts of energy. Mom's like you're driving me crazy - do you want to try gymnastics? From the moment I started it I loved it and it kind of was like storybook from there.
For example I loved English and history at school. I would have loved to have done a degree in either. But my Mom said I didn't have time for university.
My mom bought me a white Strat but that wasn't what I wanted so I went to a guitar store in Cleveland and - the guy told me it was a really good deal - made an even swap for a blue Teisco Del Ray. I loved that guitar and used it a bunch.
We always had 'Vogue' in our house. But when I was around 12 my Mom finally took me seriously about modeling and put a stack of magazines in front of me then told me to study all the poses. The ones I loved the most were in 'Vogue.'
You know I loved math. My mom was a math teacher.
My mom loved to sing - and I'll go on record and say she was the worst singer ever. I'd get up and move away from her!
I had always loved to write and my mom was my editor for my school papers.
My beloved Mom and Pop always rated tops with each other and that's the way it will always be.
My mom loved rock 'n roll. My father hated it. We couldn't play it when he was around.
And the greatest lesson that mom ever taught me though was this one. She told me there would be times in your life when you have to choose between being loved and being respected. Now she said to always pick being respected.
I loved raising my kids. I loved the process the dirt of it the tears of it the frustration of it Christmas Easter birthdays growth charts pediatrician appointments. I loved all of it.
I love being a woman and I was not one of these women who rose through professional life by wearing men's clothes or looking masculine. I loved wearing bright colors and being who I am.
Happy is he who still loves something he loved in the nursery: He has not been broken in two by time he is not two men but one and he has saved not only his soul but his life.
It was the men I deceived the most that I loved the most.
Quite frankly Barack Obama knows what it's like to pay a mortgage and student loans. He knows what it's like to watch a beloved family member in a medical crisis and worry that treatment is out of reach. Barack Obama knows our struggles. And my friends he shares our values.
I've been advised not to have any more children for medical reasons so that's it - the shop has closed even though I would have loved a daughter.