“I’m not going to work in a restaurant again unless it’s my own.”
“Okay, you’re getting older, this is something you want to do, so either do it now, or forever hold your peace.”
“I knew that if I always worked that hard, that I would get it, ya know? No matter what, I would make it happen.”
“If I don’t do this, I know that one day I am going to wake up and regret it.”
“I’ve always thought of it as making potions.”
“We want people to be comfortable asking questions and inquiring about things in a way that just sort of demystifies cocktails.”
“It was so easy and simple, but my mom could not stop raving about it. She would always say that everything tastes better when someone else prepares it for you.”
“Rather than representing what I’m upset about, I’m representing how I want it to be.”
“If I listened to everyone around me I would never have this — I would have never had this building!”
“No matter what, the alpha and the omega, the beginning and the end, you’re going to end up nine layers deep at some point.”
“I am learning so much about starting a business from the ground up, literally.”
“I just love being out in the wild, I guess you would say.”
Meet Spoke & Dagger’s Jodi Drew and join her for International Female Ride Day tomorrow, May 6.
“All of our actions collectively make up the zeitgeist of our generation.”
“My training and teachers mentored me to bring this to the community.”
“I just think of it like I’m going to touch the universe. And, that’s what it sounds like.”
“She inspired me to subscribe to the life of a visual artist because I could practice creating what I wanted to portray with bits and pieces.”
“I put a tarp on the floor in my room and I cut hair in my room and charged friends like $5 for a color and then we would go to Denny’s and eat fries.”
“Taking your pants off and having someone all up in your genitals is a really personal experience.”
“We want to keep growing because our goal is to create as many worker-owner positions as possible.”
“How it moves might be surprising, but that surprise is in a moment, and then you can dip out.”
“When I asked women to come talk to the girls, the beauty is that so many women say, ‘Of course!’”
“Everything is by sound. I’ll just feel around until it feels good.”
With federal support in jeopardy, agencies like Crisis Services will rely more on state funding and local support.
“We’re just not going to have refugees coming from these countries, and these folks are the fabric of our communities.”
“It’s our family’s philosophy to keep building the neighborhood, but you do need to make these projects work.”
“We would be stupid if we didn’t take the spot, and we’re not ready, and we can’t afford it, and we’ll figure it out, and here we are.”
“I found that as my role early on because I felt blessed to have all this knowledge and practice from doing it every week.”
“One of the few places where people still have communal, shared experiences is around a table.”
“The goal is not to have a specific form and to look like anyone else. The goal is to look like you.”
“This is right. This is something I should have explored earlier on.”
“I stand back, give it a look, and remember that I just did that with my own two hands from start to finish.”
“We’re giving them honey but, somewhere along the lines we have to stand by something as well.”
“Thank you for doing this. You’re giving my daughter, my son, their dream.”
“I’m wearing my insides on the outside and no one can tell me not to.”
“You know how it’s nice to wake up and be excited about something? I have to do that or I won’t want to wake up.”
“It feels safe to explore some things that maybe make people uncomfortable in their daily lives, that maybe make ME uncomfortable in my daily life.”
“I want to take part in projects that matter and facilitate change, because the path our culture is currently following is too scary to let ride out.”
“Turns out, even after all the naysayers, the plan turned out to be an internationally recognized success.”
“The struggle is real, but when you have a destiny to fulfill, the miracles come when you need them most!”
“Whatever they need to get it done, because that’s my driving force: the gratitude, not the money.”
“Nothing has ever tugged at my soul, inspired, and motivated me to succeed as much as this does.”
“I used to make military airplanes for my job, so to me the skate itself is simple. But that’s a matter of perspective.”
I recently discovered that an ex of my boyfriend’s reached out to him in a definitely flirtatious 1000% non-platonic message. He doesn’t know that I know about it, and I’m furious.
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