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Valuable Lessons

Queenisms are trademarked, original words and vintage images by Kathy Kinney and Cindy Ratzlaff, authors of Queen of Your Own life.

She laughed when she realized that the most valuable lessons she’d learned were most definitely not those she’d been taught in school. They were the lessons learned by pulling herself back up on her feet after an unexpectedly difficult tumble.~ Queenisms™

You are not the only one who has stumbled. You are in excellent company. The list of bright, brilliant, gifted women who have looked at life from the ground after a stunning fall is so long we couldn’t begin to list them all here. The point is not that others have struggled. It is that struggle and mistakes are universal experiences. So keeping yourself down on the ground because you feel it shouldn’t have happened to you or because you feel ashamed or embarrassed

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Reach out your hand and let others prove to you that they’ll be there – as you make the effort to lift yourself up – cheering for you as you recover.

Looking back, is there a time when you didn’t think you’d make it, and yet you did? Let’s share our stories, our strength and cheer for one another.

A special thanks to Cynthia Jane Betarie for sharing a photo of her mom Ethel Mary Morgan

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4 Responses to “Valuable Lessons”

  1. Barbara says:

    I stumbled in January and everyday brings new strengths I didn’t know I had! It was a struggle for a couple months but one day at a time I have come back to standing tall, well I’m 5’3″ so it’s relative, I guess. Feeling empowered. Love your site!

  2. Jennifer says:

    I was terrified when I finally left my first husband and took the kids with me. I had no idea how I’d make it on my own. With the help and love of my family, I finally did find a way to stand on my own two feet, although it was never easy. Women are strong, and I believe we can do anything.

  3. cindy says:

    You are the epitome of courage Queen Jennifer. You kept on walking even though you were terrified. Bravo!

  4. cindy says:

    We’re smiling Queen Barbara, because we’re height challenged ourselves, but it doesn’t have anything to do with standing tall, does it? 🙂 You’ve discovered something that can never be taken away from you. You’ve learned that YOU have your back!

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