No "Southern Belles" allowed!
This site is dedicated to the Northern country girls. The Cowgirls. These are our secrets and the ways of our lives. If y'all don't like it, don't let the door hit ya on the way out.
*Note: "Northern" is in reference to ALL states that are not considered "Southern".
Cowgirl Secrets is back in business!
Hey y’all! I’m schedule with school and training and wedding planning has calmed down some now and I can get back to sharing secrets with my Northern ladies!
I need some new secrets to get back up and running. So…. What are you Cowgirl Secrets?
glad to see us northern girls living proud outside the southern comfort zone, you going to boots and hearts?
I would, but that is just before my wedding.
I’m not sure who sent this in but, you can’t really “learn” how to be a cowgirl. You are one, your not one. It’s a way of life. I think you can learn to embrace it and eventually be one… but learn how to be one?
Anyone else wanna put their two cents in? Maybe someone else has better advice then I do.
YOU my dear are the BIGGEST Yankee Bitch WANNA-BE That ever owned a computer. There's nothin' grosser than a Yankee Bitch WannaBe. You've got your "facts" screwed up! This is the funniest "blog" I've EVER seen on the net. I think I'm gonna spread it around to all my Southern gal pals. This just reinforces everything we in the South have ALWAYS Known. Yankee Bitches ARE Jealous Wanna-bes. And... just because you say it and post a pathetic blog about it, doesn't make it so. LOL Too Funny!!
Cute blog. I am from the south but I'm not gonna say any bullshit about southern belles. Just that most of the ones I have run into ARE bitches, but like you say, I'm sure not all of them are. I believe to be a country girl or a cowgirl is who you are on the inside. I personally believe it has nothing to do with if you can rope, ride, or where you reside. If followers have a problem with your use of the word cowgirl, there is an unfollow button for a reason...Did I mention I love your blog?
I just started following you , but i too, love your blog!!! :D
Welcome to the club Cowgirl!
Okay, my dad grew up on his grandparents farm and my mom grew up on her mom and dad's farm. They both had horses and cows and tons of acreage (and they only lived about 30 minutes apart). My grandparents (on my dad side) even had a country show which aired on tv back in the 50's. They wore the retro western outfits and sung country music while my grandma yodeled haha. I do have pictures to prove this. Well, my parents met and I lived on the farm for a while and helped. However, my parents.(cont)
“had to move to the city (19,000 people) for work recently and I lost everything. They did raise me with morals though. Country is still in my blood. I go to church twice a week, I’m saving myself for marriage, no cursing or drinking or anything like that. People that live in town say that I’m not country because of where I live, but I don’t think it is true. What do you think?”
I think it doesn’t matter who raised you or how they were raised, where you lived or are living, or any of that stuff. You know when country is in your heart and when country is your life. If you live it 24/7/365, then that’s what you are.
Much appreciated. Thank you.
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