I knew Spike Jonze would do something really interesting with it.
I shall go the way of the open sea, to the lands I knew before you came, and the cool ocean breezes shall blow from me the memory of your name.
When I was 12 or 13, I realised I was good, but I never knew how far I'd get.
I did not want to take a troop. I was the mother of a little boy. I knew nothing about little girls.
My parents came to see me in a play at Eton when I was 16. And then, when I said I wanted to try for drama school, they knew there was enough passion there for them to be brave and back me.
In the ring, I never really knew fear.
I was always very determined and ambitious, and I knew I would do something that would let me travel and stuff, but I didn't know really know what I would do to get there.
I went and hung out at a foot fetish party, and I knew that was a very popular fetish to have, but I didn't realize how amazing it would be to have it.
I always knew I had something to say even when nobody else wanted to listen.
The worst-tempered people I've ever met were the people who knew they were wrong.
I knew Tim Pastoor. I knew Sherry Ford. I knew many of the individuals who would follow me around. I knew who they were. I knew they had access to my email.
I had many different careers early on. I knew I wanted to be a writer. But, like so many people, I didn't know how to be one - other than just do it. I didn't know what form it would take.