If you’re ready to try life in the hobbled lane, check out these (PG-rated) dating tips.
Maybe his hat first caught your eye, all cleaned and shaped up nice. He wore a pearl-snap shirt and buckle, and Levi’s that made you look twice. But lots of guys look good in jeans, and have their lid shaped in a shop. So, how can you tell a dink in spurs, from a handContinue reading “How To Pick A Cowboy”
A Valentine’s Day gift guide for rural residents and other questionable characters.
When the going gets tough, it’s the love of and for a good man that keeps me out here in the West.
Or, “Happy 4th anniversary, honey.”
Benefits include: a steady supply of ready-made horses and cute family photos.
We got married late one night in Reno, and we’ve had the best of luck ever since.
…you better get used to dirt. Lots and lots of dirt. There will be dirt on your floors, tracked in by cowboy boots and blown through invisible cracks in the seals around your windows and doors. Dirt will be caked onto his jeans heaped in the laundry room, and large quantities will be washed downContinue reading “If You’re Gonna Marry A Cowboy…”
When you’re dating, he is always on time, freshly shaved, smelling good and packing plenty of cash. She always has full eyeshadow, a trendy shirt and never eats more than half her meal. Once rings are exchanged, the smell-good stuff wears off and nobody can remember where the debit card is. Here are a fewContinue reading “Dating vs. Married”
So, you found a man who can start a colt, And ride and rope and shoe. He packs a roll of tape in the pickup, And always carries a can of chew. You like the way he shapes his hat, And his horse is always bridled up nice. If he ever asked you out onContinue reading “So you wanna marry a buckaroo?”