Zitat des Tages von Emily Procter:
I've found that I've settled into myself a little bit more in last year and started wearing things that I feel comfortable with and my own style and... I decided to just embrace the person that I am and the look I like, and what I think is pretty.
It's funny, because I did all of these interviews as soon as I had the baby, and they were asking questions, and I really didn't have an idea of anything, because I was so blurry.
I couldn't wait to look at someone who shared my genes. I thought my baby was going to provide a decoder key to my past. But then I looked at Pippa and realized, no, she's actually the key to my future.
As comfortable as I was with my adoption, the nature-versus-nurture question has been a big one for me. I adore my parents, but I always wondered if I would feel a different kind of love-not more or less, just different-for someone who was biologically related.
180 episodes of 'CSI: Miami' and never the same lipstick twice!
There are actually times when there are crimes out there in the world and I find myself trying to figure it out and I ask myself, what am I doing?
I'm very self-conscious having my picture taken, so I clown around. My driver's license photo looks like a blonde Elvis.
My house is very serious. It's a lot of antiques, and the way I decided to liven it up is, I paired it very vibrant colors and - bugs... I think that they're pretty. And I think that they're fascinating and they're natural.
Having a crying baby is inspiration to get the job done quickly.
I always wear high heels.
I squirrel away sealed greeting cards that people give me so I can open them later when I'm having a bad day.
It's really fun at night, because I can see the baby kicking. I can feel the knee or the foot. The baby is starting to get heavy, and it's a really incredible feeling. I'm so grateful I get to experience this.
I'm never going to be a modern gal. I love colonial. I love early American. I love a big rectangular piece of brown furniture on a hardwood floor.
It's so nice after 10 years as a blond actress in Hollywood to have people let you do smart things.
I've always known I was adopted.
Before you're a mom you don't know what gear is going to be relevant.
To say that I am organized is an understatement, but my car tells a different story.
I'm going to let myself off the hook, because if there's one thing that is not my focus at the moment, it's how much I weigh.
It's a reality that in this business there's an expectation of being thin. But having a baby is a reality too, and it's more important for me to make milk than to fit into those tiny pants. So that's just going to have to wait.
It's not a bad idea to be single, so I can concentrate on my job.
When I was 8, my favorite toy was a stapler. My brother was afraid of me.
I felt like the news business was a little rough for me and a little sleazy. So I glided right over into acting.
I always felt my emancipation into truly being a grown-up was when I had to figure out how to fold up a king-size fitted bottom sheet on my own.
In college, I was a weather anchor for the local news. I would 'borrow' my forecast from The Weather Channel.
I feel like 'CSI: Miami' was just a license to do all sorts of horrible things that I'd always wanted to do.
I never wear pants in my life. I never thought I'd say this, but I miss wearing pants. For the first time in my life, I miss my pants.
It's amazing what sleep does for your looks.
It's a very weird thing. When you see your house naked, you feel very protective of it and of the people who lived here before.
I don't email.
We weren't allowed to watch TV as kids.
If you live in a small space, you should do the things that make it feel luxurious.
I started crying the other day just thinking that the baby is going to leave me soon! You have this relationship with this person in your belly and it's really amazing.
I think that we could be more careful about what we're saying to young women in terms of their expectations. It's unrealistic to expect people to always be in designer clothes. Girls growing up deserve more freedom in how they look and how they feel about how they look.
Your child's not looking at you and going, 'Mmm, I love a clavicle. Let me nestle into that.'
I am hoping this is my year to have children. I understand that I am possibly more European in my views of marriage. I am not going to say I'm not going to get married, but it's not my priority.