When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down happy.— John Lennon
Exciting My Mom Always Told Me quotations
My mother always told me I wouldn't amount to anything because I procrastinate. I said, "Just wait."
In fact, my mom always told me because I was the daughter of an Army officer born overseas in Paris, France, that under the Constitution she believed that I could never run for president.
The 'believe' tattoo is because my mom always told me to believe.
My mom always told me I should have a Plan B.
I said that if I'm not going to play guitar I'm going to play drums. And if I'm not going to play drums, I'm going to play bass. I always just wanted to play music. I was completely obsessed.
Because my mom always told me that I could. From a very early age, I felt comfortable leading.
My mom always told me if I love what I'm doing and I'm having fun then just continue to do it. But if it's not fun for me anymore and I'm miserable, then I'm going to go back to Texas and quit it all, to be honest.
They told me I didn't understand the assignment, I told them they didn't understand life.
I was always going to church with my mom, dad and sister.
I was literally raised under the godly influence both at home and church. There was no alcohol and no smoking at our house. That was the way a Bowden was supposed to live. My dad always told me to represent the Bowden name in a respectful manner.
When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life.
I learned from my mom and dad, who didn't have a formal education but had doctorates of love. They told me that if you gave 110 percent all the time, a lot of beautiful things will happen. I may not always be right, but no one can ever accuse me of not having a genuine love and passion for whatever I do.
My mom has always told me that beauty fades but inner beauty is forever.
There's nothing more beautiful than a woman [who] takes care of [herself].
My main focus off the court is to be humble.
My mom always told me to be a presentable young man. I'm not going to pretend to be something that I'm not and act a certain way for people. I plan on being myself. I like having a good time, but I still carry myself in an orderly fashion.
My mom, who gave me my confidence growing up.
She's the one that always told me that I could be great and to never stop. And myself. Because I came such a long way.
My mom always told me that if you work hard, you can achieve anything.
And it's true. It's one of the truest things ever.
My mom always told me drinking water was the most important skin care tip.
I also think the less you do to your skin the better. I'm a fan of simple and natural products.
My mom told me I could have sheets, towels, and a few pillows, but I wanted leopard drapes, carpeting, and a comforter, too. I think maybe my obsession had something to do with my grandmother - she told me the best print to buy is leopard because it always stays in style.
Try to go organic with not too many chemicals and stuff in it.
That's what my mom always told me. She was like, "If you wanna wear makeup or do anything, try to keep it organic."
I had always wanted to be on TV; my mom told me that when I was little, I told her I wanted to be a 'modeler,' because that's what I called actors on TV.
My mom always told me, "Whatever happens, will happen" or "Whatever is supposed to happen, will happen." I've learned you'll know when you find the right person. When I found the right person, I knew it immediately.
My mom told me as a youngster I was always intellectual, like as far as being able to adapt fast and quick. But I had a fun childhood, went to regular school.
I always had this dream to make a solo record.
I told my mom when I was 7 years old, but I just ended up being in bands. I'm a free spirit. I follow my heart, and it's led me to where I am.
My mom is always with me. When I made my major-league debut I told her, 'That's it. You don't work anymore. I'm going to work and take care of you.
We always had 'Vogue' in our house. But, when I was around 12, my Mom finally took me seriously about modeling and put a stack of magazines in front of me, then told me to study all the poses. The ones I loved the most were in 'Vogue.
[My mom told me] to always be loyal and treat someone how you want to be treated. Find someone that you can love and that's going to be your best friend.
When I was a kid, my mom once told me that God was an artist and how on occasion He’d throw a bucketful of paint across the sky for us all to see. I asked her why the paint disappeared by morning, and she told me that if the sky was always like that we might take it for granted. I suppose she was right. Maybe that’s what war is all about—so we can appreciate times of peace.
I was always okay with the fact that I was taller and bigger than everybody else growing up. My mom, my dad, and my friends always told me I was beautiful.