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I ran across this pin a few days ago (an excerpt from Happy Birthday to You!, Dr. Seuss), and not only did it make me smile, but it felt so appropriate during this whole limbo-living phase we’re dancing to. When everything else seems so uncertain that you start second guessing your every move (Heather nailed those feelings right here), just be you! Being you; that’s always a sure bet.

Over one of our ultra long dinner conversations this week, I told Scott that it made me happy, and so, he put it on our chalkboard. Aah, that Dr. Seuss. So smart.

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  • Jill3.8.13 - 7:11 AM

    Be who you are and say what you mean. Because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.ReplyCancel

  • Annie3.8.13 - 7:22 AM

    My favorite Dr. Seuss book! We have that quote hanging in the kids’ Dr. Seuss bathroom!! = )ReplyCancel

    • Kim3.8.13 - 8:10 AM

      Annie, awesome!

      Jill, that’s my all time favorite, hands down.ReplyCancel

  • Cait @ Hernando House3.8.13 - 4:19 PM

    Heather totally nailed it with that comment. And you nailed it with your response! I’m exactly the same way (although my “limbo” is more job related than house related, and I am substituting bourbon & margaritas for wine). So. Much. Drama & Misery. I have no idea how Robert puts up with me. I also turn to my Well Said board on Pinterest in times like this.

    Hang in there, Kim (& Scott).

    45 minutes until I get myself an aquarium of a margarita.ReplyCancel

  • Kim3.8.13 - 5:56 PM

    Cait, thank you.

    Drink up to the weekend! We’ll be doing the same :)ReplyCancel

  • Athena Warner3.8.13 - 10:52 PM

    I have found as an adult rediscovering Dr. Seuss (I have my own kid now, so there’s a reason) that the man embedded the most meaningful concepts inside these seemingly childish stories. I particularly like this one whenever I start to feel like I should change to be more like other people, and I realize that I’m who I am for a reason. I wish you both really good luck with this whole moving process.ReplyCancel

    • Kim3.9.13 - 4:07 PM

      Love that, Athena. Thank you so much!ReplyCancel

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