What single thing would improve the quality of your life?
A mermaid fin.
A million dollars.
Having more time with my friend, whose name is Amelia.
A dog! And, of course, I would say my sister's kinda cuckoo.
Definitely living in Connecticut and, um, having a Swagway.
I don't think there is a thing that can make your life better.
Not having all this acne on my face. I hate it.
Having less homework.
I don't know.
Fulfilling my dreams...and going for what I believe in.
I think knowing that I have a secure future.
I don't know. I don't have the answer to that one.
I think it just goes back to trusting myself more.
To say yes more.
If I had, like, a million dollars.
Started doing acting probably more regularly—that was kinda, like, my consistent job.
To just take more time for myself.
Be settling down with someone.
Quantity of work does not mean quality of work and does not mean quality of life.
To quit smoking, finally.
If my roommates would do the dishes.
More time... Feel like there's never enough hours in the day.
More assurance with knowing who I am.
If I knew how to sing.
Oh, wow, I could think of about a hundred million of those things that would improve my life.
Winning the lottery.
Oh...if someone would just follow me around and say, "Susan, you're doing awesome!"
Money. Lots and lots of money.
I think finding an inner peace.
Getting my book published.
I think if I found a life partner.
I'm kinda doing everything I think I wanna be doing right now, so...
A better golf game, I think, would definitely improve my life.
...in a small way to make a difference in the world but knowing there are so many things that are out of my control.
Nothing. I love the quality of my life.
I don't think anything would. My life is pretty okay—it is what it is.
Actually, there's really nothing else that I need to improve the quality of my life right now, to be perfectly honest with you. Everything is going so well.
Oh...completion of the Second Avenue Subway.
Well, I have to say right now things are not bad. They are pretty good.
Having a significant other.
I don't think that I'm working for anything right now that would, or that could, improve my life. I think that everything is good.
I think just continuing to show that women over 65 can be working and enjoying it and being successful.
If I exercised.
The guarantee of good health, I suppose.
No achy bones.
To be valued when my opinion is asked.
Me moving to a very warm climate with a pool and lots of tropical drinks.