Hi friends! Today we feature a South Dakota Business, Ranch Chic Corral! Kristen is super creative and very talented and I only wish you could all live in South Dakota so as to shop her furniture sales! I know that the next one she has, on a day I can go, I’m gettin’ gone to […]
Tell me a little about yourself: I was born and raised in Texas, I’ve never lived anywhere else and not sure I ever will. I grew up showing livestock and then turned to riding horses and rodeoing. I continue that lifestyle now with my husband where we raise cattle and I try to sneak […]
Spring is in the air, and so is Boho Fashion. I kind of love it. Fringe sandals, flow-y shirts and dresses, fun fedoras… the list could go on. Gordmans has a whole Boho shop online and I may have had to slow my roll when I went to design my Polyvore board, seriously. I could […]
When you farm or ranch or even work for a seed company, your job depends on ag. When you sell or build tractors or other farm / ranch equipment, your job depends on ag. If you ride pens at a feedlot for a living, your job depends on ag. If you train horses for a living […]
It’s wild rag season! The time of year when we break out the colorful, patterned and bright scarves to add an extra layer of warmth! In this video I’m going to show you how to tie two different knots — one is your basic square knot. The second is a buckaroo square knot or mustache […]
Sometimes the stars align just perfectly and the result is something more beautiful than you’d ever imagine it would be.
That was the case for this year’s annual school portrait photoshoot that I do with my niece.
Wednesday, I went to town. I don’t do that often – every three to eight weeks. Yes, I said eight. I had to take a bull to the sale barn, Avie to the vet to get blood drawn for a pesky, Coggins Test, and I needed to get him two health certificates for some upcoming […]
I am not going to lie. I long for Spring. Like I said yesterday, the weather has been toying with us. There’s a chance of snow today and the low tonight is 10 degrees. While there’s nothing I can do about the weather, I can dream of chicks, and calves, and pink and warmer temperatures, […]
I get asked, a lot, how I stay warm in the winter while riding or doing chores. I like to wear layers, starting with a camisole, a long-sleeved t-shirt or thermal shirt, topped off with a denim shirt (though I’m known to wear them all year round, and make sure I wear a heavier weight […]
I’ve got a special treat for you all this week- Cavender’s Western Wear brings us a write-up on the history of the cowboy boot, boot fit and more! Please enjoy this post, and the photos I’ve chosen. If you love boots as much as me, I know you’ll love reading this! And be sure to […]