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Roll Down the Windows – Queenisms

CLEAN NEW AIRShe had been hauling around a huge bag full of negativity for a long time. So she went for a drive, opened up the windows and let all of that negativity blow right out into the stratosphere. Then she breathed in the clean, new air – Queenisms™

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10 Responses to “Roll Down the Windows – Queenisms”

  1. mstingtang says:

    Queens, you are reading my royal mind! About to step out and about here on campus. Beautiful day for me to get some fresh air. Be back very soon Your Highness!

  2. Sue Jakabosky says:

    After several days of rain, it is dry today and the air s washed clean and fresh. Time to get out and breath in some good, positive vibes!!

  3. cindy says:

    Fresh air after a storm is both a metaphor and a real attitude adjuster isn’t it Sue? 🙂

  4. Love this, thank you. Anything that makes me start singing “Roll down the windows and the wind blow back your hair, the night’s busted open and these two lanes will take us anywhere…” is a good thing. Sending love and blessings!

  5. cindy says:

    Oh, Queen Sue, you’ve got us singing now too!

  6. Christine says:

    I love it! We call that 4/55 air conditioning. 4 windows rolled down at 55 mph

  7. cindy says:

    Ha! Christine, we love that phrase!

  8. julie says:

    I like this quote drive and feel the wind and sun take that frustration of negativity away

  9. Joy says:

    Spring Cleaning for the soul! I am so doing this! Being and acting negative is no longer where I want and need to be. I am taking the top down on my bug and releasing.

  10. cindy says:

    It’s a good and freeing feeling to be in your own “clean” house, is it not Queen Joy?

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