Bernard and I intend doing a lot with our lives and that includes actively helping other people. But how can we tell you our plans when we haven't finished making them yet?
I'm one of those people who thinks you can have a happy life and still be an artist.
But most of what I've learned about acting - and a lot of what I've learned about life in the past seven years - was taught to me by Robert Altman.
Take events in your life seriously, take work seriously, but don't take yourself seriously, or you'll become affected, pompous and boring.
Somewhere along the line, Bob said I'd better begin taking this business seriously, because, whether I liked it or not, I had a career.
The world doesn't end just because one thing goes wrong.
And of course, now that Bernard and I have found each other forever, we're determined to create our own little world in order to survive the one we're in.
Pigs are not that dirty. And they're smart, strange little creatures. They just need love.
There's nothing that can beat the feeling of doing a movie or a TV show that makes everyone feel good.
When I'd finished, everybody said they wanted me for this movie. At first I thought they meant a nudie flick since an awful lot of nudies are made in Houston.
Anyway, I went out and bought thousands of dollars worth of mature clothes so I'd look like a person to be taken seriously, instead of a pretty little twit.
You think he's going to like you better, but then one day you look in the mirror and realize you've changed yourself - physically and emotionally - into a woman who's totally different from the one he was attracted to the first place.
I suppose I learned organization from Altman.