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|"What ever women do they must do twice as well as men to be thought half as |
good. ... (1745; Wisconsin) All women are good; good for something or good for
nothing. ... Every woman is wrong until she cries, and then she is right instantly.
|A woman's mind is cleaner than a man's; she changes it more often. ——Oliver—|
Herford every woman is wrong until she cries, and then she is right, instantly. —
—Sam—Slick—(Thomas—Chandler—Haliburton) The most important thing in a ...
|It is a law that we should pay for all that we enjoy. - Simms, William Gilmore Every |
woman is wrong until she cries, and then she is right; immediately. - Slick, Sam
Tears are the silent language of grief. - Voltaire I shed a tear today. Silenty, I felt it
|They held their babies a bit less and put their babies down more than the very |
intensive mothers, though they nearly always were in ... Although there was a
slight difference between these two groups of women, all of them had mothering
practices that ... was typical, and indicated a different attitude from that of the
intensive mothers: 'I can let him cry now; before, I couldn't. ... At two months
postpartum, in answer to the question whether she picked her baby up right away
when she cried, ...
|every soul, who cares deeply about each of His children. Something in that ... |
She sat down and began to cry She knew it was true—she did need God, despite
the anger she'd felt before. She ... She gave her life to the Lord right then. ... For
the next year, Jenny stayed away from drugs and tried to focus more on her
relationship with God. ... She began dating a guy who hung around with the
|whick whick, she counted every one, they stung her to the heart, each one of |
them, they were so full of anger. ... Little Peggy didn't understand it all, because it
was twisted up and confused and Papa didn't remember it right well himself. ...
and then the barn burnt down once, and a cow died, everything that went wrong
made him think of that lady and he began to talk about how much he hated
wickedness ... So she took the whacks and cried till she could taste that her nose
|Emma's sense of right however had decided it; and besides the consideration of |
what was due to each brother, she had ... when he came into the room she had
one of the children with her — the youngest, a nice little girl about eight months ...
she ought to set you a better example than to be renewing old grievances, and
that if she were not wrong before, she is now." "That's true," she cried — "very true
|I would strike the match and watch them until it got too close to my little fingers, |
and then blow them out and laugh. ... I knew right away something was wrong,
because she never allowed us in until it was dinner time. So I knew it meant I had
done something else wrong. After all, I was nothing but a bad little girl, she beat
that into my head year after year. ... I was already crying and begging for my life.
|Mr. Rule. And then after some more time passed they had a little baby girl. ... But |
in the mornings she came to pick her up first thing because she wanted her to
take care of her baby girl right away. Young ... They couldn't figure out was wrong
with the baby. Sometimes she'd cry all night after Mama left. Young ... Her mama
always said to Sally before she left her on her own, “You do good at school today.
|She screamed, she moaned, she cried until finally, with one big push the baby |
introduced herself to the world. ... Lillie took her sweater and wiped her off as
much as she could and with all her strength she pulled herself up. With her baby
in ... Inside she could see a black man and woman and two kids sitting at their
dinner table. This was ... She walked to the back door and knocked on it then hid
behind the great big tree. She ... She told Curtis they had to go to the hospital