Strike while the iron is hot. Make hay while the sun shines. The morning sun never lasts a day. Cut the coat according to the cloth. What is done cannot be undone. What cannot be cured must be endured. As you make your bed. so you must lie on it. Accidentes will happen in the best regulated families. There is many a slip between the cup and the lip. He laught best who laught last. Let the slepping dog lie. East or West, home is best. Fine feathers do not make fine birds. Time and tide wait for no man. There is no time like the present. We do not see ourselves as others see us. Many hands make light work. Eat at pleasure, drink with measure. Fine words dress ill deeds. A good beginning is half the battle. You can not eat your cake and have it. Ask no questions and you will hear no lies. He that is full of himself is very empty. There is no smoke without fire. All clouds are not rain clouds. He that loves noise must buy a pig. Years teach more than books. A friend in need is friend indeed. Two heads are better than one. Two eyes see more than one. A little more than enough breaks the horse’s back. If the blind leads the blind both shall fall into the ditch. A hungry man ia angry man. You cannot dovern others unless you can govern yourself. He who scrubs every pig he sees, will not long be clean himself. The greatest talkers are the least doers. The empty vessels make the greatest noise. At open doors dogs come in. Scalded dog fears cold water.