What do you know about Cowgirls?
Have you ever thought about what you’d like to be some day? I wanted to be a cowgirl. Why a cowgirl? They lived incredible lives, almost too unbelievable to be true, and they were the strongest women I knew of growing up in the 70’s. Cowgirls also had a deep sense of faith in their abilities, and a spirit that could not be broken.
What does it mean to be Cowgirl?
Being Cowgirl is less about riding and horses, and more about what and who you are on the inside. It’s not a fashion but a way of life!
You will find these girls mucking out the barn before first light, feeding their animals at twilight, and silently praying in the moonlight asking God for the strength and courage to face another sunrise.
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.