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I can't wait to play the Hammerstein shows. Things have been exploding in the last week, and that's going to be the exclamation point.
You know, I used to say, when people say, 'How do you think about what to write about in the poems every week?' And I say, 'Well, I have to turn it in on Monday, so on Sunday nights I turn the shower to iambic pentameter and it sort of works out that way.'
I will never leave the theater. My heart is there and I love being on stage eight times a week.
If we do not need to worship God six days in the week why do we need to worship him on the seventh?
Lemuel K. Washburn
I work 90 hours a week. I work 5 to 9, it's not 9 to 5.
Monterey, I remember, but I seem to remember the Fillmore West, that we played the week before Monterey. That was much more memorable for me. The first time in San Francisco. They were good gigs.
Aside from performing in 'Peepshow,' I do yoga once a week and I like Pilates. I'm more into toning exercises over aerobics. I like working with a trainer at a private gym, but I also like going with friends because you don't get bored or distracted.
I shoot for 'Extra' three times a week, and that's great for Las Vegas, too. In addition to interviewing stars who are here for shows, parties and premieres, I'll also get peoples' reactions to different news items and topical gossip.
I got as little as a $75 a week when I started.
Anybody that you put on TV five hours a week is at some point is going to say something stupid.
Sitting on the airplane seat today, I was thinking - I have been in different cities every week. Most of the time, it's because of golf tournaments. But occasionally, I also attend various events. All of a sudden, I feel like I am a business woman. Although sometimes I feel tired, I do enjoy this kind of life.
I learned how to live on five and sometimes ten dollars a week.
I have to feel that I'm going somewhere all the time. By definition, if you have this urge to go places, then you can't be 100 percent happy where you are. It's not like I enjoy being miserable for weeks on end. But I think it's good to be miserable for about one day every third week - that's ideal for me.
I don't think I'll ever feel as famous or as popular as I felt when I was a 17-year-old soccer player in Modle. Only about 20,000 people live there and 12,000 of them come to every game. Running onto the pitch each week was just the most fantastic feeling. Nothing can beat that.
It's certain that the death of an actor can be on a television screen playing the same thing every week.
I'm used to a very busy schedule. Right now it revolves around training and preparing for Nationals in January. I'm usually at the rink from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. and then I attend public school for two hours, three times per week.
I skate about 15 to 20 hours a week and also incorporate a lot of off-ice training. I take ballet and Pilates classes and lift weights with my physical therapist when I'm not on the ice.
Because I'm so known as a meat-chef, when I talk about Meatless Monday some people look at me like I've lost my mind. I'm like, look, I'm not saying beef and pork is bad, I love it and I eat it six days a week.
I was in a band called the valentines and they broke up last week.
I know the situations that we do every week are all ones that I encounter in my life or will encounter.
Once a week we go to juvenile hall and talk to boys there. Just go and spend a day in the juvenile courts.
I wish I could say I was one of those people who loves working out, but I don't; it's just not that fun. But I make an effort to work out aggressively three times a week.
Of course things get stagnant; people get too used to their environment, but that's why I'm in my district every week, at meetings with my constituents.
The best Christmas present I got from my husband was a week to do whatever I wanted.
I would take William H. Macy as a teacher any day of the week. He's incredible. He's got a lot of hard-earned experience.
I now attend non-orthodox synagogues, and study little during the secular week.
When I went to college I took a creative writing class and decided in a week to be a writer.
We are spending $1 billion a week in Iraq.
Once again I stopped listening to the news this week.
For some reason, on that sparkling afternoon last week, I actually saw the coal that was passing by and it set me to thinking how important coal was to our everyday lives when I was a little boy.
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