Cowgirls lived by an unwritten creed that helped them tame the West and rope more out of life. This creed was handed down from mother to daughter for generations until it became an intrinsic part of ranch culture. Hard work and challenges rewarded them with the satisfaction of having lived life on their own terms. Reading about their lives we understand that being a cowgirl is less about riding and horses, and more about what and who you are on the inside.
The important things to a cowgirl are her hat to keep cool under the sweltering heat; her horse who is also her faithful friend and partner; her heart that must learn to love all of God’s people and his creation, and her everlasting faith in God, for through Him, she knows that everything is possible. Being cowgirl is not a fashion but a way of life!
Principles to live by..