You never know when you're going to get an opportunity.
When you're six years old, you don't look at things the way an adult looks at things.
Living on the Gulf Coast, we often have to go through dangerous situations, whether you're a child, an adult or a senior citizen.
My kids are the most important people in the world to me.
Everything that I do in my life is geared towards my kids and their survival and giving them the best education that I can possibly give them and the best home that I can possibly give them.
I love California. I love Hollywood.
Baking is my business, and it will always come first.
I can't pass on an acting career to my kids. But I'm going to try to juggle both.
They say I'm a natural, I have natural charisma. People say that. I don't know.
I constantly worry about my family and my kids. 'Are they O.K., what are they doing right now?'
I'm not the Hollywood type. I'm not going to pack up my bags and let me move to Hollywood and stuff like that.
I'm not the Hollywood type of person.
I've been through a lot of struggles, even though I'm young.
Music knits people together in some strange way. Same thing with food.
I wouldn't sacrifice my business for no acting career because my business is something, ultimately, that I know I'm going to pass down to my kids, and that's most important to me than anything else in the world. I can't pass an acting career down to my children.
No matter what's offered to me, I would never in a million years be the big headed Hollywood type.
I'm not ready to pack my bags and leave the town and my business that I love and my kids that I love more than anything and pack them up and come to Hollywood. I love California. I love Hollywood. But I'm not ready to uproot what I believe in to come to Hollywood.
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