quotes: june 2011 edition

- if you aren't your nuturing yourself, what kind of mother can you be, anyway? ~ sandra scofield
- the only causes of regret are laziness, outburts of temper, hurting others, prejudice, jealousy, and envy. ~ germaine greer
- nothing passes. everything stays with us. everything makes it's mark. ~ shelagh delaney
- just because we were related doesn't mean we were any good at understand each other. ~ anne tyler
- don't compromise yourself. you are all you've got. ~ janis joplin
- happiness is a by-product of an effort to make someone else happy. ~ gretta brooker palmer
- put a little fun into your life. try dancing. ~ kathryn murray
- you do too much. go and do nothing for a while. nothing. ~ lillian hellman
- thus, learning to understand our dreams is a matter of learning to understand our heart's language. ~ ann farady
- if i had a flower for everytime i thought of you... i could walk through my garden forever. ~ alfred lord tennyson
- dress to please yourself... forget you are what you wear... wear what you are. ~ elizabeth hawkes
- in my view, nineteen pounds of old books are at least nineteen times as delicious as one pound of fresh caviar. ~ anne fadiman
- it's not what i was thinking, it's that i wasn't thinking. ~ spring mae selby
- one can lie, but the truth is more interesting. ~ enid bagnold
- flattery is so necessary to us that we flatter one another just to be flattered in return. ~ marjorie bowen
- all you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt. ~ charles m. schulz
- in youth we learn, in age we understand. ~ marie von ebner-eschenbach
- it takes a long time to grow an old friend. ~ john leonard
- did you ever meet a mother who complained that her child called her too often? me neither. ~ maureen lipman
- animals are such agreeable friends - they ask no questions, they pass no criticisms. ~ george eliot

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