I didn't fool myself into
thinking there was going to be a miracle cure." She's not scared of dying, but more concerned with how she'll say goodbye.
"I don't want to fool myself into
thinking that to be honest," he laughs.
I like to be able to control things, or at least fool myself into
thinking I can control them.
Briefly it was possible to fool myself into
thinking myself back in the innocent early days when I'd lived just across the road, but the sad truth was that the terrace of a pension now looked straight over us while further up the valley, lit once just by the stars, there now blazed the lights of a boutique hotel.
Sometimes I even fool myself into
thinking that I really look like that!" said Minnelli, holding up the disc that features a close-up photo of herself on the cover.
There's no doubt I'm actually not that person, but as long as I fool myself into
thinking I am, then I'm happy.
As long as I donCOt know for sure, I can fool myself into
believing that heCOs still into me and that when we have sex nothing has changed.
All of a sudden you can think you are in shape for a comeback and I don't want to fool myself into
thinking I can get back into it.
I know I wear safety blinders, try to fool myself into
thinking otherwise, use fantasy and other elaborate ruses to ignore or pretend otherwise, but everything comes to nothing in the end.
"Sometimes I fool myself into
thinking she is still alive but in my heart I know she's not coming home," said Mary's heartbroken mum Ann.
I tried to fool myself into
thinking I'd be okay, saying `a black breast is better than none at all'.
Personally, I don't fool myself into
believing that I'm unbiassed or objective.
He is quoted as saying: "I'm doing this mad thing where I'm trying to fool myself into
believing I'm not eating chocolate.
I always manage to fool myself into
thinking that, after a break in warmer climes, I'm going to return home to sunny skies in England.
"I'd never fool myself into
believing I'd won the battle.