Mother Knows Best

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Reg­u­lar Scrap­book contributor Sue Ger­rard, from St. He­lens, Lan­cashire, has turned her thoughts to ma­ter­nal wis­dom. My mother taught me about irony when she said: “When you fall off your bike and break your leg don’t come run­ning to me.”

My mother taught me about ge­net­ics when she said: “You get your brains from my side of the fam­ily.”

My mother taught me about her­self when she said: “I wasn’t born yes­ter­day.”

My mother taught me about na­ture when she said: “Money doesn’t grow on trees.”

My mother taught me about the uni­verse when she said: “The world doesn’t re­volve around you.”

My mother taught me about clean­li­ness when she said: “Wipe that smile off your face.”

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