"First you must know what a 'sure enough' lady is. you see, Sammy, there are several kinds of women who call themselves ladies, but are not real ladies after all; and they all look very much like the 'sure enough' kind; that is, they look like them to most people."

"Now a real lady, Sammy, is a lady…first, in her heart; I mean just to herself, in the things that no one but she could ever know. A 'sure enough' lady does not pretend to be; she is."

Author: Shepherd of the Hills by Harold Bell Wright