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A mean mother never allows candy or sweets to take the place of a well-balanced meal. A mean mother insists on knowing where her children are at all times, who their friends are and what they do. A mean mother breaks the Child Labor Law by making her children work: washing dishes, making beds, learning to cook and doing other cruel and unpleasant chores. A mean mother makes life miserable for her offspring by insisting that they always tell the truth. A mean mother produces teenagers who are wiser and more sensible. A mean mother can smile with secret delight and pride when she hears her own grandchildren call their parents "mean." What the world needs now are more
Mean Mothers ~~~~ and Fathers.
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There's a miracle called friendship It dwells within the heart, And you don't know how it happens Or when it gets its start... But the happiness it brings you Always gives a special lift, And you realize that friendship Is God's most precious gift.
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When a girl hits thirteen, you can just watch her lose her mind. Luckily she gets it back; but during the time that it's misplaced, you can lose your own. Bill Cosby
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"Patience is the ability to idle your motor when you feel like stripping your gears" Barbara Johnson
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