I built private sector jobs all my life.
All I've done all my life is just tried to better the game for our players and for those people watching.
I have been a designer all my life, and design, for me, is to share love and trust and show the future in a beautiful way. I have worked on this principle all my life.
I have my husband and children near me in Rome, and I feel this is where we are temporarily belonging. But personally, all my life, I have felt the absence of a sense of history.
All my life, I just felt that I should have finished my education.
I ain't a Communist necessarily, but I been in the red all my life.
All my life, I've had restaurants that were affordable.
All my life I wanted to play music with love to every member of the audience.
All my life, since the time I was little, has been a long distraction. At least that is the way some people want to perceive it, but for me, it's given me a lot of strength.
My college friends call me Karu, which is the worst. Only in our country can we make a short form for a short name. But otherwise, I've never had a pet name all my life. But now, in official meetings, someone will call me KJo. And I'll judge that person in my head. Just call me Karan.
Most of my really strong friendships are with people I've known all my life.
All my life, everything has been a contest.
Every summer, my grandparents would rent a house on Balboa Island. They had the house next to Bob Hope's. I've been going down there all my life, to that whole area.
Ever since I was a little girl, I've worried too much. It always bothers me because sometimes you end up worrying more about the worry and you are not resolving things that are right there in front of you. I have been like that all my life, and it's hard to change.
All my life I've been prejudiced against wealthy people.
In many ways, I've been writing personal stories all my life.
I've been a music fan all my life, and you know the difference when the musicians care.
I get migraines. I've had them all my life; so has my dad. So did his grandmother, although back then they called them 'sick headaches.'
I'm from a working-class background - I had free school meals all my life and then spent six years in art school.
All my life, I've felt people are looking at me. So, when I became known, it was like, 'I'm not imagining this any more. People genuinely are staring at me. Oh, Christ, now they're coming over!'