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Queen of Your Own Life

An Extraordinary Life

Queenisms by Kathy Kinney and Cindy Ratzlaff about leading an ordinary life in an extraordinary way.

She viewed every day as a big adventure. She liked to think of herself as an ordinary woman with the ability to lead an extraordinary life. ~ Queenisms™

We don’t have to move mountains or save the world to live an extraordinary life. There are extraordinary people in the world doing extraordinary things. But the bravery, courage and grace of an ordinary person doing things they did not know they could do or did even though they were afraid – that is breathtaking. Sometimes it’s the ordinary little moments that add up to a truly beautiful life.

Photo: Dana McCabe’s Grandmother Dorothy LePage

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2 Responses to “An Extraordinary Life”

  1. I’d love to hear your comment about ordinary vs. extraordinary. I like to think of all of us as being extraordinary women who are blessed with our unique and authentic gifts!

  2. cindy says:

    Nancy, we believe that ordinary is a word that has come to have a negative meaning but we don’t see it that way. We believe it’s the quiet acts of courage, such as getting up and doing a job that must be done to feed the family or the small acts of kindness, such as smiling at a store clerk or the simply acts of support such as holding a mirror up so that a friend who feels down can see themselves through your eyes. So these “ordinary” acts by ordinary women (which we believe we all are) are extraordinary. We think the word extraordinary when applied to women as a group, leaves many women think “oh, that’s not me.” And in thinking that, they stop listening to the message they are sure is not for them. But when we speak to ordinary women and support them as they attempt extraordinary things, they are magnificent.

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