Sue Sanders quotes

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Even against all hazards I had ... hit the bull's-eye. My head swelled two sizes larger, and my mouth developed a brand-new snarl. ...
...when we are going through the aftereffects of a bad jolt in loss of money or pride--and both are closely connected--we should g ...
...the hard work and poverty of my childhood ... turned out to be my greatest asset in later years. Nothing could ever seem too ha ...
When a doctor refuses money, even the most ethical ones, you usually start driving a good bargain with the undertaker.
...it's dynamite to spend future earnings. I have had a taste of it myself, and it's mighty bitter. A debt is a debt, whether it's ...
...no matter what happened, no one could take our heritage away from us. This heritage meant that we had strong bodies, pride, and ...
Nothing succeeds like reports of success.
The more kites that are up, the more string they need, and when it runs out, the bigger the loss. ...no one ever got a balloon up ...
It's really amazing what a money reputation will do for your social standing ...
With ruin staring you in the face, there is nothing worse to live through than a siege of waiting and hoping. If you manage to liv ...
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