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  1. Loving the various shades of blue …. you look fabulous!! and your post is one many I’m certain need to be reminded that it’s ok to not know something, or to admit you made a mistake. I think at one time or other we all feel a little insecure … thanks for hosting and inspiring today..

  2. I needed this post today! Thank you. I never did have a problem admitting when I was wrong or didn’t know something…when I worked in a corporate environment…and people respected that. Like really respected it. Now that I work as a stay at home, I am my own worst enemy and my own harshest critic. While it is easy for me to tell other people it’s okay to admit when you need help, etc. I have a hard time taking my own advice. Silly, right?
    By the way, you are rocking these blues again! Such a fabulous color on you. I love this peplum top, too. So cute. And the picture with Amos is hilarious. Thanks for the chuckle! And thanks for the reminder to take my own advice!

  3. It takes a humble person to admit they are wrong. But telling the truth helps you to grow up and learn from it. So that is why I find it so freely admitting I am wrong because it shows me that I am human. It also helps me grow from it.

  4. I loved your message today. I agree, it takes strength and courage to admit your wrong. I have no problem saying, “I don’t know.”, but admitting a mistake or being wrong is tough! Still, I try to own up. Beautiful outfit, by the way. Love the peplum, and those flats are really cute. Thank you for hosting the link up! ~Jane

  5. Such a great post! I agree with you 100%. Admitting you’re wrong takes courage and a good healthy dose of humility! Also – that top looks awesome on you. It is a great color!

  6. I feel like that’s such an important and true life lesson. My husband is a high school teacher and he talks about how when he makes a mistake he doesn’t play it off like he didn’t–he makes a point of letting his students know that even adults and teachers make mistakes, and that’s part of being human. I love that. I love your outfit (especially that fun peplum top!) too! 🙂

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  8. Love that top Molly! So cute to see your family growing 🙂 Back to blogging after taking a break! Thanks for the link up as always.

    xo Lulu

  9. I adore your peplum top and, as always, such a great and insightful post. I totally agree – admitting a mistake or admitting you are unsure of something is a sign that you are mature enough to recognize when you need assistance.


    Lee | LegalLee Blonde

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