Zitat des Tages von Katherine Heigl:
A lot of children don't find forever homes because they're on that special-needs list, even if it's because of something as simple as her mother smoked cigarettes for a month, not knowing she was pregnant.
I don't want to be the person digging my own grave.
I just ultimately wanted to be a mother. I love children.
I think that everybody has a right to their own thoughts, their own feelings and their own private moments, if they want them.
I'm not really a first-move kind of gal.
I have my moments, but generally speaking I shy away from being too lovey dovey.
I want to stay in the moment and enjoy the great things that are happening.
I look back at my twenties and see that I was much less confident.
I'm not very good at being a wife because I break all the rules.
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.
I spent so many years just saying what I felt without thinking about the ramifications, without understanding that I have this opinion but not everyone might share that opinion and now they don't like me because of it.
I don't make big grand gestures, generally.
I'm really proud of myself because I've pared my beauty regimen down to a cream blush and berry-tinted lip balm, which has saved me so much time.
I've created a chaotic life, and then I get on edge because of it.
I prefer a kiss that is so much more than just a tongue in your mouth.
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?'
As women, we have more of a tendency to be people-pleasers, and I know a lot of women who are not vocal about what makes them happy.
I like predictability because I know what I'm getting into.
I'm a talker. I love a good debate.
If I have to be focused and watch what I say, then I have to be comfortable.
Obviously my career's important to me and I'm really, really passionate about trying to keep it.
In my career, I'm very grateful for the opportunities.
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.
I'm the most uncoordinated clumsy, klutzy person. I always had a bruise, I always tripped and fell.
It's more fun to think that there are other worlds.
Of course, of course I'm grateful. How can I not be grateful? I have been afforded such a wonderful life.
I'm not out burning bras, but I'm very opinionated about women owning their power.
Guys are kind of retarded until they're about 30.
If I wasn't in this industry, I wouldn't work out.
The mouthier I got, the more I'd be celebrated.
I like going on location for films.
I'm not terribly sentimental.
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.
If I spread myself too thin, I'm not a good actor, I'm not a good mother, and I'm just really high-strung - and everybody hates me.
I'm too lazy and I like food and I like my free time too much to spend it working out!
When I see some of the people who are glorified in magazines these days - who are so thin it's bordering on sickness - I just feel exhausted.