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Mary H. Waldrip

  • When someone sings his own praises, he always gets the tune too high.

    • Mary H. Waldrip,
    • in Reader's Digest ()
  • Memory ... is the diary we all carry about with us.

    • Mary H. Waldrip,
    • in Reader's Digest ()
  • Television has opened many doors — mostly on refrigerators.

    • Mary H. Waldrip,
    • in Reader's Digest ()
  • A laugh at your own expense costs you nothing.

    • Mary H. Waldrip
  • Just when you think you've graduated from the school of experience, someone thinks up a new course.

    • Mary H. Waldrip
  • 'Automatic' simply means you can't repair it yourself.

    • Mary H. Waldrip
  • A laugh is a smile that bursts.

    • Mary H. Waldrip
  • Grandchildren are God's way of compensating us for growing old.

    • Mary H. Waldrip
  • It's important that people should know what you stand for. It's equally important that they know what you won't stand for.

    • Mary H. Waldrip

Mary H. Waldrip, U.S. journalist or English nurse

(1949)

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