Sarah Wayne Callies Quotes.
The rite of passage of learning to build a fire that will burn all night with one match is not an insignificant one in my husbandвЂ™s family, and I grew up camping and backpacking. I love to camp.
I don’t watch horror movies because they scare me!
Learning to shoot firearms to me is a little like driving stick – it seems like a decent skill to have.
You don’t take a job in acting at all expecting 25 years in and a pension.
I am fascinated in religion and theology and what people believe.
Hospitals are great places, and you can learn from them, but you don’t necessarily need to go in anytime you get the sniffles. And maybe you shouldn’t treat pregnancy as a disease.
I’m learning to hunt with rifles, because if you think about it, hunting gets you the healthiest meat – organic, free-range food. It’s a totally yuppie spin on what I thought was kind of a redneck occupation.
An actor without an audience is rehearsing.
I love doing action scenes, there’s that great thing when you sort of stop acting because if you’re running, you’re not acting like you’re running, you are just actually running.
The rite of passage of learning to build a fire that will burn all night with one match is not an insignificant one in my husband’s family, and I grew up camping and backpacking. I love to camp.
I think I’m probably much better at the boots and pocket knife thing than I am at the high heels and martini thing.
My husband’s family is military. Preparation is just, from that family perspective, it’s just a part of what makes sense to do. You buy insurance for your house; you have a go bag.
Every working mom I know is constantly walking some kind of a tightrope of guilt.
One thing that annoys me is when you see women in these terrible and incredible situations with perfectly glossed lips. You’re not going to look good in the apocalypse.
I watched Ricki Lake’s documentary, ‘The Business of Being Born,’ and that led me to call a midwife, and not an ob-gyn, when I found out I had conceived. My delivery was not easy – they call it ‘labor,’ not ‘a vacation!’ – but I was incredibly grateful that I did it that way.