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Jennifer Aniston Talks Kids and Relationships with Sandra Bullock

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By Allie Elaine

In celebration of turning 51 earlier this week, Jennifer Aniston sat down with fellow actress and friend, Sandra Bullock, to talk kids, career and relationships for "Interview Magazine's" March cover story.

Bullock asked Aniston, "What is it that you haven’t done yet that you are looking forward to doing? Is it on a work level? Is it on a spiritual evolvement level? Is it all of the above?”

Though it is hard to imagine that Aniston hasn't already done it all, her answer was equal parts poetic and honest.

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She responded saying, “My gut reaction was to say all of the above. It’s not so much what I see myself doing, but it’s more like a little screenshot in my brain. I hear the ocean, I see the ocean, I hear laughter, I see kids running, I hear ice in a glass, I smell food being cooked. That’s the joyous snapshot in my head.”

The " I see kids running" comment immediately got the internet buzzing. Aniston has been publicly hounded by the media for decades due to the fact that she has not had children.

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While she has been a vocal and open advocate for women who have chosen to forgo the conventional life of marriage and children, the star has also alluded to the idea that being a mother would be a wonderful experience.

Aniston and Bullock also touched on the fact that both starlets used to date former star of 'The O.C.' , Tate Donovan. Of the cross-over Bullock said, "[Tate] was a very patient human being, given that he dated us both."

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Aniston then took a moment to reflect on how much she had progressed and changed since first meeting Bullock. The actress said, "“Like you said, this conversation of women supporting women is new, but I think we have been doing it for a long time. When I landed in Los Angeles at 20 years old and I fell into those girls who are still sitting around the table today, they were on a different path. I’d never had a circle of women who got together and talked forever. I was like, ‘God, these California people don’t shut up. They talk about their feelings and cry in front of each other.’ "

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She continued with, "I said to myself, ‘Here I am, a girl who grew up in New York City, and now I find myself in Laurel Canyon, wearing a flowery dress and someone put a crystal around my neck and is burning sage around my head. I have landed on Mars.’ But I really think it was something that saved me. This is a really tough business that we’re in that is not always kind or inclusive or supportive. A lot of the time, it’s the opposite. I remember going to auditions and girls would never want to share anything. Or they would talk to you during your auditions to distract you when they knew you were trying to work on your stuff."

The conversation between the two successful actresses undoubtedly inspired an abundance of female readers.

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