When I was a kid my parents moved a lot, but I always found them.
There's nothing more contagious than the laughter of young children; it doesn't even have to matter what they're laughing about.
It seemed to him that the Square, itself the accidental masonry of many years, the chance agglomeration of time and of disrupted strivings, was the center of the universe. It was for him, in his soul's picture, the earth's pivot, the granite core of changelessness, the eternal place where all things came and passed, and yet abode forever and would never change.
Among other possibilities, money was invented to make it possible for a foolish man to control wise men; a weak man, strong men; a child, old men; an ignorant man, knowledgeable men; and for a dwarf to control giants.
Most adults are knowledgeable to a child, but ignorant for their age.
I'm from a farm town that when I was a kid was about an hour outside of Omaha.
Did you ever hear of a kid playing accountant - even if they wanted to be one?
I was picked on as a kid. I had a nose the size of a softball plus braces and acne. It was rough.
I was a child actor. I was this spaz kid diagnosed with ADHD, and I worked all the time.
When I was younger, I thought every kid was adopted because that's all I've known. I have everything I need, so I never felt the need to have answers for what happened.
Alan King, a comedian I adored, was considered society, and I was considered the Jewish kid from the neighborhood.
As a little kid, I would watch Oprah almost every day.
I'm not a kid anymore. And I'm excited for all the amazing things to come.
As a kid, I wanted to be a musician but also aspired to be Andy Griffith's lawyer character, Ben Matlock.
Anime is something I loved to watch as a kid.
I applaud anything that can take a kid away from a PlayStation or a Gameboy. That is a miracle in itself.
When I was a kid, I think I wanted to be Arnold Schwarzenegger.
When I was a kid and started to be obsessed by art in the 1980s, the art world was in this polarity Warhol/Beuys, Beuys/Warhol. Both expended the notion of art extremely, but in very different ways.
When I was a kid, I went to the store and asked the guy, Do you have any toy train schedules?
When you're a kid, Beethoven is Beethoven, but as I've grown older, my astonishment at the sheer inventiveness of the man has increased, and I have an appreciation that I didn't have when I was in my 20s.