Julia Louis-Dreyfus Once Said…

Julia Scarlett E. Louis-Dreyfus Hall was born January 13, 1961) is an American actress, comedian, singer and producer. Julia is best known for playing Elaine Benes on Seinfeld, being on SNL, Veep and also The New Adventures of Old Christine.

Some people can sometimes really invade your space and kind of never leave you alone. – Julia Louis-Dreyfus

I don’t mind when certain people do that. I have had issues and still do with people getting too close to me when I don’t want them to. I have to be comfortable with you in order for me to allow you to get close to me. This quote for me though speaks to me about certain people that you let into that bubble and they remain there regardless of time and space or what happens in life.

If you feel rooted in your home and family, if you’re active in your community, there’s nothing more empowering. The best way to make a difference in the world is to start making a difference in your own life. – Julia Louis-Dreyfus

I have a good understanding of this as we get older in life and the relationships you build with one another, whether it be your blood or the ones you choose to have in your life. You gain your roots from those relationships and what you do in your life. For me I am active in my community, I’m a photographer and I like visiting new places and trying new places and promoting those businesses. It’s so important to help your community out that way. Think about it we read reviews online and I’m very active in taking pictures and writing what kind of experience I’ve had here and there. I give you a feel for what it’s like so you can go there and have your own experience.

Before computers, telephone lines and television connect us we all share the same air, the same oceans, the same mountains and rivers. We are equally responsible for protecting them. – Julia Louis-Dreyfus

I couldn’t agree more because of the travels I’ve had and places I’ve lived. I love the oceans, mountains, trees and rivers and the wildlife too and believe we do have responsibility to help protect them. The more we recycle, reuse and renew the better off we’ll be. We’ll have cleaner water, cleaner air and less pollutants to make it easier to see, breathe and live in these areas. I am thankful to not have the water we were supplied in Corpus and that Ohio seems to be very proud of the trees and landscape. At least that’s how I feel here around Cincinnati when I see the beautiful old trees. It’s an incredible sight to me. Makes me very happy.

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