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You won't be happy, whatever you do, unless you're comfortable with your own conscience. Lucille Ball
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Grandpa got us up early, otherwise we might miss something. Sunsets, he loved 'em. Made us 'em. Lucille Ball
Grandpa got us up early, otherwise we might miss something. Sunsets, he loved 'em. Made us love 'em.
Lucille Ball
Grandfather Quotes   |


While all the other kids were out playing in the summer evenings, I had to be in bed at six-thirty. They did that to discipline me, but for me it was the wrong way to bring up a child. It gave me a feeling of frustration and of reaching-out-and-trying-to-please. I found the quickest and easiest way to do that was to make people laugh. I suppose you could say it led to my wanting to be an actress.
Lucille Ball
Children   |


I realized it was a very serious, wonderful thing to be able to make people laugh and/or cry. Lucille Ball
I realized it was a very serious, wonderful thing to be able to make people laugh and/or cry, to be able to play on their emotions.
Lucille Ball
Laughter   |


And when life seemed unbearable, I learned to live in my imagination, and to step inside other people's skins - indispensable abilities for an actress.
Lucille Ball
Imagination   |


The dopes - that's what I thought of them then - couldn't see what I had to offer. I wasn't discouraged - delayed, yes, but not discouraged.
Lucille Ball
Discouraged   |


I had such an inferiority complex that just that alone could have paralyzed me. But I overcame it. I always wanted to know how to do something well.
Lucille Ball
Quotes about Overcoming   |


I don't suppose that hard work, discipline, and a perfectionist attitude toward my work did me any harm. Lucille Ball
I don't suppose that hard work, discipline, and a perfectionist attitude toward my work did me any harm.
Lucille Ball
Work   |


Children internalize their parents' unhappiness. Fortunately, they absorb our contentment just as readily.
Lucille Ball
Happiness   |

Quotes About Lucille Ball:

Money was so scarce that Lucille did not have a pencil in school, a shame so searing that even in her forties she continued to hoard pencils that were meant for her employees to use. Kathleen Brady, Lucille: The Life of Lucille Ball
Wealth   |


Grandpa and DeDe encouraged Lucy to participate in the plays staged at school, the neighborhood churches, and fraternal organizations.
Warren G. Harris, Lucy & Desi: The Legendary Love Story of Television's Most Famous Couple
Words of Encouragement   |


Lucille Balls childhood was defined by her enthusiasm
Lucille Ball's childhood was defined by her enthusiasm, not because of any good fortune bestowed upon her but rather the positive attitude she brought to circumstances that were often exceptionally adverse.
Charles River Editors, American Legends: The Life of Lucille Ball
Enthusiasm Quotes   |


Grandma Flora's death signaled the end of supervision. No adult remained in the house during the day, and at the age of eleven Lucille found herself in charge.
Stefan Kanfer, Ball of Fire: The Tumultuous Life and Comic Art of Lucille Ball
Grandmother   |


In her own era, Lucille Ball's impact was so profound that the birth of her son rivaled the news of Dwight D. Eisenhower's election. Her work is not only timeless, it requires no translation.
Kathleen Brady, Lucille: The Life of Lucille Ball
Quotes about Life   |


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