July 19, 2012

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20 comments:

  1. Thank you I really needed to read your brilliant statement....and follow it!

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  2. I needed that this morning. Merci, Uncle!

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  3. Uncle Beefy you are a genius. I just love you.
    Ms. Kat

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  4. love this quote!
    sunny greetings from germany,
    geisslein

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  5. Umm. Yes. Agreed. AND, needed to read that RIGHT NOW, so thank you. We are kindred...hope all is well in your world my dear. Imen x

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  6. Oh yes indeed. I am formally introducing myself after (re)discovering you via Susan's fab blog, Fleurishing. So nice to meet you and your awesome space here.

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    1. Well, welcome back, Kayla! Lovely to 'meet' you! :)

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  7. Thanks for all the lovely comments, kids! Hope for more regular visits again soon. xo UB :)

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  8. This is so, so true. It is kind of like multiple choice questions, trust your instinct, usually going back to "correct" your answer means you're changing to the wrong one.

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  9. Brilliant quote! definitely pinning this!

    Cheers!
    :-))) Reese
    http://rambleswithreese.blogspot.com

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  10. Dear Uncle Beefy.
    You had me at churros and chocolate, but I now know this is a love meant to be after reading the above words.

    Thank you for making something so simple so clear to me. I would say that I will be visiting your bright space here every day but I have just decided to take a two week internet break and just focus on my stuff so I can really hear my own thoughts and not everyone else's.

    But, I will be back. For sure.

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