Trisha Yearwood - Quotes

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What's meant to be will always find a way.

What's meant to be will always find a way.

When you're sick, nobody takes care of you like your mom. ---->>>

My upbringing did not create a healthy affection for confrontation. I'd love it if everyone always got along, and nothing ever got tense. ---->>>

Divorce is so common and accepted in America that beating myself up over it may sound ridiculous. But I was raised to believe that divorce wasn't an option; to me, divorce equaled failure. I wasn't able to change that equation until I found myself in the right relationship. ---->>>

I'm 47, You learn life is short and it's not worth doing something if you don't enjoy it.

I'm 47, You learn life is short and it's not worth doing something if you don't enjoy it.

I don't spend time wondering what might be next; I just focus on trying to savor every day. ---->>>

It's cool when your husband starts to sing some old Merle Haggard song and I can pop in with a harmony and it doesn't sound too bad. ---->>>

I finished high school, moved to Nashville for college, and set out to break into the music business. Every night when I called home with news of my experiences, my mom and dad would encourage me to keep taking those small steps. ---->>>

Music is my No. 1 passion. If you made me choose between music and food, it's definitely music. ---->>>

I like a gooey cookie. ---->>>

I love potatoes - they're my favorite food. ---->>>

And one of the reasons that I wrote the cook books was so that I could be at home more than being on the road. ---->>>

For me, cooking is very connected to my family and friends. ---->>>

I almost never make stuff out of cookbooks because they're either too complicated or there's an ingredient in there that I can't find. ---->>>

Nobody who cooks does it with full hair and makeup in front of a TV camera. ---->>>

Standing behind a kitchen counter telling people about what ingredients to put in a pot didn't feel right. ---->>>

When people compliment my cooking, it's like somebody telling me that they like my music. And it's great to be known for something else. ---->>>

You start out playing in kitchens, and you end up playing in kitchens. ---->>>

I want to sing because I want to sing. ---->>>

We sat together as a family for dinner at night. And my mother had a job. My dad had a job. But there was always a meal on the table at 6:00, you know. ---->>>

I absolutely refused to make out with the gorgeous male model. ---->>>

I was an A student and I liked creative writing. ---->>>

I don't interest myself that much. ---->>>

People who truly love to sing have to do it all the time. ---->>>

Songs are like movies to me, and so you put yourself in the movie. You become a character in the movie. ---->>>

When I made my first album, there was no indication that anybody other than my parents were going to buy it. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 09-16, 1964
Birthplace: in Monticello, Georgia, The United States
Occupation: Musician

Patricia Lynn "Trisha" Yearwood (born September 19, 1964) is an American country music singer, author, actress, and chef. She is known for her ballads about vulnerable young women from a female perspective that have been described by some music critics as "strong" and "confident". Yearwood is a member of the Grand Ole Opry and was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in 2000 (wikipedia)