"I’m trying to be more patient. I want everything to happen right now, when I know I should be going slow and paying my dues." "In what area are you most impatient?" "I know I should say ‘career,’ but honestly, I really want to fall in love." "How do you pay your dues in love?" "You’ve got to meet a lot of people. You can’t just go around saying: ‘Hey! You’re nice, and attractive. So I love you!’"
"I try to write poems and short stories." "What about?" "Just weird situations." "What kind of situations?" "Disintegrating friendships, and things like that." "So why do friendships disintegrate?" "I just think that people’s interests change. And relationships have to be built on some sort of commonality. So once that common ground is lost, it’s very difficult to get it back."