quote by Albert Einstein

You do not really understand something unless you can explain it to your grandmother.

— Albert Einstein

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An hour with your grandchildren can make you feel young again.

Anything longer than that, and you start to age quickly.


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My mom used to say to me "You can't have fun all the time" and I used to say "Why not?" Why the fuck can't I have fun all the time?

On the seventh day God rested. His grandchildren must have been out of town.

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What a bargain grandchildren are! I give them my loose change, and they give me a million dollars' worth of pleasure.

My grandkids believe I'm the oldest thing in the world.

And after two or three hours with them, I believe it, too.

I have a glam-baby. Let's be correct, now. I'm way too young and too fabulous to be a grandma. I'm a glam-mom.


I don't intentionally spoil my grandkids.

It's just that correcting them often takes more energy than I have left.

"You're more trouble than the children are" is the greatest compliment a grandparent can receive.

It's one of nature's way that we often feel closer to distant generations than to the generation immediately preceding us.

In a nutshell, I am a mom, a grandma, and a midwife.

I always give my grandkids a couple of quarters when they go home. It's a bargain.


A small gold plain cross was passed down from my grandma to my mom, then to me, and now to my daughter. It is always nice to own something that connects you to the women who made it possible for you to exist.

I always messed around with makeup. From a very early age, my mom would let me play with hers, and my grandma, and my aunts and stuff were always like, 'Let me put lipstick on her!' that they'd have in their purse. But I think just from a very young age I've had fun with makeup.

I grew up in a very musical household.

There was music and dance. My great-grandma was a famous tap dancer in the '40s, my mom was a dancer, she met my dad on the road when he was on tour in the '60s. Music is my heart and soul, it's my love.

I went to see 'Phantom of the Opera' with my grandma and my mom when I was very little. The stage, the voice, the music... Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber has been a massive inspiration to me for some time - the storytelling, that deliciously somber undertone in his music.

Our life before moving to Washington was filled with simple joys.

.. Saturdays at soccer games, Sundays at grandma's house... and a date night for Barack and me was either dinner or a movie, because as an exhausted mom, I couldn't stay awake for both.


My mom would spend a week in jail. She would spend a day in jail here - a week again, a week and a half, two weeks. My grandmother tells me stories of how because I would be at the house, I wouldn't notice that my mom was gone because she would be at work sometimes. So it was just like time when my mom would be gone and my grandma would tell me she'll be back. And nobody knew where anybody was.

I would have wanted my mom to see me settle down and to be a grandma to my kids.

Both my mom and my grandma were really big influences on me not only by being strong and teaching me to be strong but also owning their salt as well.

I started taking piano lessons when I was 8 and I wrote my first song shortly after. Music was really important in my family. My grandma was a professional violin player and my parents first met when my dad was giving my mom guitar lessons.

Mom and sister played piano growing up;

my grandma still plays piano in church. They always beat me over the head trying to get me to play piano, but I was more interested in riding dirt bikes and playing in the mud.


I remember my mother would get upset with me 'cause she said I walked like my dad. But I think it was more like, there's something about you that's not quite ladylike and femme. And then when I got older - once I came out, my mom and grandma were horrified and just kind of like, where did we go wrong?

My mom has a tape from when I was, like, 2 years old, talking with my grandma, telling her a story that's really elaborate about werewolves and wolves.

I've met so many fans of daytime television who've watched the shows with their moms and grandmas and feel like they've known the characters their whole lives. It's sad for them to have to say goodbye to their favorite soaps and characters. We don't want that to happen to the 'Days' fans.

I'm a nice middle-class girl in real life, and I'm a mom and a grandma, and I usually play sweet characters.