Quotes by Jenna Bush
- As a teacher you can see the difference in kids who have parents who were involved. That difference, by the time these kids get to the third grade, is drastic.
- I don't think of myself as a policy expert. I think education is the most important thing.
- I had always loved to write and my mom was my editor for my school papers.
- I hope that I serve by being a teacher.
- I hope to continue writing. I hope to continue teaching.
- I hope to focus on what I'm passionate about because I think I'd do them best job on them - education, urban education, women and children's issues and literacy.
- I hope to work with kids any way possible.
- I think I've become more like my mom just because of what we're both interested in, children and teaching and writing.
- I was sports editor for my high school newspaper, but I think I shied away from journalism.
- I'm more like my father, personality-wise. But my mom and I get alone really well - obviously, because my mom and my dad get along so well.
- I'm sure there were times when I wish I had thought, 'Gosh, that might really embarrass mom and dad,' but our parents didn't raise us to think about them. They're very selfless and they wanted us to have as normal of a college life as possible. So really, we didn't think of any repercussions.
- It's not like he called me up and asked me. They've never wanted to throw us into that world, and I think our decision probably shocked them. But I love my dad, and I think I'd regret it if I didn't do this.
- My dad saw my husband's boss at a conference, and he said to stop paying my husband until we produce children.
- My mom's a secret Rastafarian.
- My sister, she's amazing. She sort of inspired me to take this journey to Latin America.