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Remember Who You Were – Queenisms

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you ran just because it felt great? Remember when you played with passion? Remember when imagination was something you could access at the snap of a finger? Remember when you woke up to infinite possibilities? That girl is still alive. That girl exists within you. That girl is really you and she wants to come out and play. Won’t you invite her on an adventure?

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27 Responses to “Remember Who You Were – Queenisms”

  1. Last Saturday was my 40th HS reunion. I DID NOT take my husband, and I danced my head off (by myself or with my classmates -Disco, Salsa and even the Twist). I thought I was gonna regret it the next day but nothing hurt. I was fine! One of my classmates commented that he didn’t know nerds could dance…!

  2. Lisa Rose says:

    Ladies, Ladies, Ladies,
    Queen of Our Own Life,

    You bring magic into my life by your words, pictures, affirmations I can’t tell you enough.
    I recently decoupaged this saying “if not now when”…and suddenly began loving crowns, pinning them on pinterest all the time…thinking of ways to create them.

    “Remember Who You Were” is so powerful for me.
    I was a lost child, seriously and not in a good way.
    I lost my Mother to cancer when I was 12, my childhood was crazy we were three my sister, our Mother and me. It was the 1950s’; 1960’s. Wow was it tough. My Mother would not separate us..we lived in so many places the one constant in my life was my Mothers love she was a Queen….SHE WAS A BEAUTIFUL QUEEN AND SHE SHINNED I THINK SHE BROUGHT ME TO YOUR PAGE and I thank you…..Queen Lisa Rose

  3. cindy says:

    Queen Lisa, thank you so much for sharing a bit of your incredible story with us. We feel so honored. Your mother sounds like an amazing woman who clearly understood that love, family and togetherness are worth fighting for. We suspect she’s so proud of you and we love thinking that perhaps she brought us together through our Queenisms. <3

  4. cindy says:

    Queen Marimer, when we give ourselves fully to the moment, it’s a beautiful feeling. From a couple of proud nerds to you, we adore your story! Keep dancing!

  5. cindy says:

    Big hugs to you today Queen Connie.

  6. Twylia says:

    I’m only 35 years, so it hasn’t been all that long since I last saw “that girl.” Even still, I barely remember what she looks like. As a full time student, wife and mother of three (two of those being two year old twins!) I am tired, and until yesterday it had been ages since I had done anything for myself. I visited the salon, the department store makeup counter and a couple boutiques for new clothes. I’m not sure where it came from, but all of the sudden I knew I had to find myself again. I so feel that I’m back on track and ready to take on the world! It’s amazing what a good haircut and a new outfit can do for a girl!

  7. cindy says:

    Queen Twylia, we’re picturing you now, refreshed and looking great. Those moments of focusing on ourselves make us so much more able to be there for others, don’t they?

  8. Bernadette says:

    Thank you for you enlightenment and encouragement.
    After 46 years of marriage, three grown sons and 2 beautiful grandchildren, I am divorced and have started a new life for myself. I’m 67 years young and enjoying life immensely. Divorce was not a surprise……I went into a marriage, at 19 years of age, on the rebound. I wouldn’t leave the marriage because I grew up in an era when you stayed with your choice in life. It was a good life, but I was not happy inside. I lost the love of my life to youth and immaturity. I’ve found that love again and will never lose him again.
    I had my doubts, but this time I followed my heart and the doubts are gone.
    So many times your ‘guidance’ has helped me.
    Thank you for showing me that I can follow my dream and be happy.

  9. cindy says:

    Your note made us so happy Queen Bernadette. It is never too late to follow your heart…never!

  10. Catherine says:

    This year I’ll turn 50, and will reach 30 years married. Bernadette’s words (above) as well as all the other Queenisms have given me support and strength to make some changes in my life. I’ve been unhappy for so long, living for everyone else. This year is MY year. Thank you for helping me to see that it’s not to late to be happy.

  11. cindy says:

    Queen Catherine, We’re cheering for you. We swear – it is NEVER too late to be happy. You deserve this birthday present, from you, to you.

  12. Phoebe Bachleda says:

    I love these cards with the photos. I needed to read and see this card today to remember that little girl who still lives inside!!!!! 🙂 Would you be able to make all these sayings with the cards available to purchase on nice hefty card-stock. then all of us could pick one a day to help us remember who we are and still are.
    thanks so much for your work and being brave enough to share.

  13. cindy says:

    That’s a lovely idea Queen Phoebe. We’ll look into it.

  14. Vernita says:

    Thank you so much.

  15. Torie says:

    I have been so sad for a long time, remembering “that girl” I miss her everyday and always wish to see her again. I have never thought to invite her to join me now, in my current adventure, but I will. Thank you.

  16. cindy says:

    Queen Torie, She’s still there and we’re so glad you’re planning to invite her back into your life.

  17. KITTY says:

    THANK YOU for making me feel like a queen today. In needed it Bless you

  18. Rose says:

    I was so happy I found all of you today. I’m 56 years old and for so many years I felt as if my life was over. I haven’t always made good choices in many aspects of my life. I’ve allowed my self to be “second choice” far too much. I’m scared to death but I’m opening up the door to some new “adventures” this time with the thought that maybe just maybe it’s my turn for happiness!! Thank you everyone!!

  19. Teresa Draper says:

    I found my little kid last week. She popped a favorite dance tune up on the lap top and danced with Hudson (granddog Rotweiler/Pip Bull mix) and Rudy (my Yorkshire Terrier) on the screen porch with abandon.

    I hadn’t cut loose like that in well over a decade and I cannot tell you how great it felt.

    Just remembering it today brings another smile to my face.

    NOTICE TO ALL QUEENS: You need to dance yourself happy today! No one’s watching, but if they are they will catch your happiness!

  20. janet says:

    She is taking little step but she is slowly but surely she will find me once again . Thank You !I I wish I would have share This page “If not now… when ?….Queen of your life to a friend of mine that took her own life a few weeks ago.

  21. Pat says:

    To ALL of you – Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!! You all offer hope and inspiration and just make my heart happy to know that there is hope as I lunge toward the brass ring for myself this time around. <3

    This time, it is for MEEEEEEE!!!!

  22. Allison Elliott says:

    I have a picture of myself when I was 4 or 5 years old. I love that girl. I look so happy. The look is pure joy. I want that back. Whatever happened to that girl?

  23. Jodi says:

    This Queenism spoke to my soul. Ok, true confession, they all do! For the last few years I’ve been second guessing myself, doubting my heart and not trusting my gut. Disappointment has a way of robbing us if we allow it. Recently, I’ve been inspired to take hold of my life and to truly start living. After two weeks of debating with myself, I booked a trip to Jamaica last Friday and jumped on a plane the very next day. I met up with friends and had the time of my life. I let that confident girl play in the ocean, collect sea glass and soak up the sun. It set my soul on fire. Thank you Qieens for reminding us who we really are.

  24. cindy says:

    Queen Jodi, What a wonderful, affirming and empowering thing you’ve done for yourself. Bravo and big hugs.

  25. Vernita says:

    I’m so glad, I’m remembering that girl. I feel like The Sleeping Beauty, one day a strange man
    I was talking to, kiss me out of the blue. It woke me up to my self. I have not seen that girl
    since 1972. I was so starve for a human touch. I ‘m worth the effort it take to change.
    thank you so much for this site.

  26. cindy says:

    Queen Vernita, we’re cheering for you and welcoming that little girl back!

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