We are slowed down sound and light waves, a walking bundle of frequencies tuned into the cosmos. We are souls dressed up in sacred biochemical garments and our bodies are the instruments through which our souls play their music.— Albert Einstein
Stunning Playing Dress Up quotations
Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.
Helping others pulls us out of our own problems.
And so does dressing up like frogs and playing leap frog in a Starbucks. Who would've known.
She and my uncle were very sociable and would have a lot of people over at night to play cards or whatever. The high spot of those evenings was when we kids got dressed up to do a skit or something to amuse the guests. I loved it.
You only live once. You don't want your tombstone to read: Played it safe.
Fear plays an interesting role in our lives.
How dare we let it motivate us. How dare we let it into our decision-making, into our livelihoods, into our relationships. It's funny, isn't it? We take a day a year to dress up in costumes and celebrate fear.
When I have a match to play, I begin to relax as soon as I wake up.
Everything I do, I do slow and easy. That goes for stroking the razor, getting dressed, and eating my breakfast. I'm practically in slow motion. By the time I'm ready to tee off, I'm so used to taking my time that it's impossible to hurry my swing.
Live in such a way, that if someone speaks badly of you no one would belive it.
Playing dress-up begins at age five and never truly ends.
Never allow the fear of striking out keep you from playing the game.
As far as I'm concerned playing 'Dress Up' begins at the age of five, and never truly ends.
Hey, I'm a girl, and we like to play dress-up.
When you're growing up, you play dress-up - it's a game, it's a pastime.
And then as you get older, getting ready and looking nice becomes this constant stress. I want to make it fun again.
Never change your originality for the sake of others. Because no one can play your role better than you.
I wouldnt call acting a job - its a pleasure.
I love getting to play different characters, getting to play dress up, and getting paid for it.
Acting is a really simple job - it's just hard to do.
You just have to be that person with their background in that situation. That's all it is. My kids do it all the time when they're dressing up and playing games.
Playing dress up begins at age 5 and never really ends.
I don't think of work as work and play as play. It's all living.
I like to play dress up, I'm in love with fashion.
As a child, I always liked dressing up and getting into character, and actors are lucky in being able to retain that playfulness, though we do seem to find it hard to grow up.
I think of myself as Rebecca Wells from Lodi Plantation, in Central Louisiana, a girl who was lucky enough to be born into a family that encouraged creativity and didn't call me lazy or nuts when I dressed up in my mother's peignoirs and played the piano, having painted a small sign decorated in glitter that read 'The Piano Fairy Girl.
It's better to be a pirate than to join the Navy.
I know a lot of people dread going to work every morning, but my work is playing pretend and doing stunts and screaming. It's a lot of fun and I get to play dress up. Every day is exciting and different and new and cool. I couldn't be more grateful.
At home it's all Batman and Star Wars and they do gang up on me.
Sometimes I don't want to dress up as Darth Vader or play train sets, so I'll go out for a drink with the girls.
When I was growing up, I really liked punk rock.
I liked the sort of people that played really powerful music that was pretty unassuming otherwise - people who didn't dress weird or do much theatrics.
We cannot change the cards we are dealt, just how we play the hand ~Randy Pausch
My whole mantra is, "Go big or go home.
" I don't want to just play a guy who dresses up. I want to play the person who threw down.
I started taking my fiance, Justin, to some red carpet events I would go to, and a bowtie is often something that was required. We came across a lot of stylish bowties. We liked playing dress up for these events and we thought it would be fun to start a line, but it was never a reality until recently.
It's like kids playing house: 'You play the father, I'll play the mother.
' You know, you dress up, you play, they pay, you go home. It's a game - acting's a game.
There is no passion to be found playing small, in settling for a life that is less than the one your are capable of living.
I did get to keep the wedding dresses from 'Runaway Bride'.
They're all boxed up in my garage. I've never opened them. It'll be fun one day when Hazel is taller. She can play dress-up with her friends.
I'm tired of the industry, tired of playing the whole game - the dressing up, the red carpet. I hate talking about myself.
I used to love to play dress-up, where you get your mother's or your grandmother's dresses and high heels.
Every individual matters. Every individual has a role to play. Every individual makes difference.
I remember playing football dressed in peculiar costumes with some friends in France and laughing so hard we couldn't even stand up, let alone kick the ball.
It's exotic for me to be given a script that's already written, and be given a pay cheque, and asked to dress up and play, and that's all.
My whole philosophy is about playing dress-up.
Let us play in the sun and count every beautiful thing we can see.
As far back as I can ever remember, without really knowing it I wanted to be an actor. I was always dressing up, you know, playing pretend, putting on mothers hats and things. I'm sure Freud would have something to say about that. It was very much in my blood.
If it turned out Brandon Stark also likes to dress up as Strwberry Shortcake while playing croquet with his miniture pony collection, I totally wouldn't be surprised anymore.
I feel like when I'm writing for other people, when I'm doing rap hooks, it's kinda like playing dress up for me...
Opportunity is missed by people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.
I was the kid growing up who would play with G.
I. Joes in a pink dress and then run off to play with my Barbies. It doesn't mean that I'm less girly, it just means that I have this other side of me. It's kinda cool to be a little bit of both, I think.
It is joyous for any actor to enter other grounds of consciousness and thought.
At the end of the day, we just all like dressing up and playing around.
The work my mum does, a lot of it is re-housing homeless people, that's a real job. I play make-believe and dressing up for a living!
I was a bit of a show-off in school and loved playing dress-up, and my passion for it just grew as I got older.
Half the fun is getting to play dress-up and imagine what it's like to be this other person. If you're not excited about a part where you get to use your imagination, then what's the point in doing it? It'll be just another job. Also, Director Michael Pressman and I see eye-to-eye with Marie.