Sunday, November 13, 2011

- i am enough -

Thank you everyone, for all of your thoughtful comments and emails after my last post. My wonderfully, thoughtful husband even left me a sweet comment (in case you were wondering, he was the "anonymous" commenter that said "I love you" at the end of his, that wasn't just a weird blog stalker..ha ha!)

I know I can be too hard on myself pretty much every day. It's so hard not to sometimes, but I know I need to start trying to recognize the talents I do have. I know I can't be perfect at everything I do, and I need to start accepting that and being happy regardless. It's just gets so hard not to compare myself to others and be my own toughest critic. I'm just in a slump and feel like some things I have been working so hard on are not producing the results that I have expected, and that can be so frustrating. But all of your kind words made me feel so much better!

I had a wonderful weekend with my amazing family and that, along with all the positive thoughts sent my way lifted my spirits and put a smile on my face!

This needs to start being a daily mantra of mine ...

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Tori Baldridge said...

AMEN to that :) Glad you realized it :)

Denise said...

What a cute hubby :)
Just keep swimming, just keep swimming swimming swimming :)

Love you!

Genevieve said...

Your husband is too cute!! It is a good thing to remember because it is always so easy to compare yourself, I do it all the time, so you are definitely not alone. And if you are talking about photography, oh my gosh, you take the most amazing photos and I am always wondering how you do it. :)

KERRY said...

Yes you are!!
Have a happy day :)

Allie said...

That is so sweet of your hubs and what a true and great reminder! xo

La Mode by Marianne said...

First off...I love your blog :)..I just started following and love all your posts. This one especially because it reminds me a lot of myself.

We're all our own worst critics and its great to have people in your life to remind you of how wonderful you are. Everyone who's successful now has had some dark and low spots too. Keep your head up! :)

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