Now that I have a 16-month-old son, my weekend ritual has changed - but it's better than ever. We get up early and go for a walk on one of the hiking trails near my home in Los Angeles, then meet up with friends at a diner. There's nothing better than sipping coffee, eating scrambled eggs, and taking three hours to do it.— Connie Britton
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The thing about Nashville is, it's not just country music.
..There's rock & roll, there's every kind of music. It's just a music town...There's so much fun stuff to get in to.
I was born in Boston, but then I went down to Virginia.
We spent a little time in Maryland, and then were in Virginia by the time I was seven. What struck me the most was that my mother thought that she had gone to the middle of nowhere, and we would still drive four hours for her to get her hair cut in Washington, D.C.
My twin sister, my cousin, and I used to write and perform plays for my family.
We raided the closets for costumes and fought over parts. I'm sure I was the bossiest one.
For my birthday this year, my girlfriends - who knew I'd just inherited my dad's turntable - gave me a carton of albums like "Blue Kentucky Girl," by Emmylou Harris, and "Off the Wall," by Michael Jackson. It's all stuff we grew up with. I mean, you can't have a music collection without Prince's "Purple Rain" - it just can't be done!
My life started being awesome five years ago.
I'm obsessed with 'Thelma and Louise,' and therefore obsessed with Callie Khouri who wrote that movie.
There's something about Southern women that is so unique yet so universal.
Strong southern women are allowed to be soft and feminine and have a sense of humor. But what I love about Southern women in particular is their universality.
The thing about taking risks is, if it’s really a risk, you really can fail.
It’s only a pretend risk if you really can’t fail.
I always want to stretch myself and do something that I haven't done before.
There are so many women out there who are single moms, really not by choice, and doing it and making it work every day. I think it's becoming much more a part of our culture and I hope that it will become more accepted and that those women are going to be more and more appreciated, respected and supported.
It’s funny – my married friends tell me all the time, 'What you have is so much easier.' When you’re doing it on your own, you don't have to [argue over] how you're raising the kids.
My whole background is theater, and theater is to some degree presentational.
I grew up singing. My mother was a music teacher.
Divorce is hard. I was about 29 when my husband and I split up. I think we probably fared better than most, because we were young and didn't have kids - but divorce is hard.