I love with all of my heart, and because of this, I have more heart.
I do not work in the summer and stay home all day. I do more housework during the school year when I am out of the house for nine hours a day.
I am more awake when I get less sleep.
The more money we seem to make the less money we seem to have.
Usually, I wake up sore after a day when I do nothing.
I have fewer ideas when I am more academic.
I get myself in the most trouble when I tell the truth.
I am at my most miserable when I am at my most happiest.
I often tell my students that in the scheme of things, I know nothing at all.
To make a friend you have to be a friend.
Being a mother makes me behave more like a child.
I never try to make myself happy; thus, I am almost always happy.
I always get excited for my next birthday, you know, the one that is closer to my death day.
I often times cannot decide if what I am remembering is memory or dream.
I am most agitated when I am most at ease.
I find it easier to take the blame when I didn’t do it.
I long for my children’s independence; I fear the day my children don’t need me anymore.
I have been successful at all of my failures.
On the first day of vacation, I already regret that it is about to end.
I often think I am afraid of success because I worry that if I ever got all I ever wanted, I might realize it was nothing that I ever wanted at all.
I fear that the more educated Americans get the more stupid we become as a nation.