First-time riders: It’s natural to feel the adrenaline rush of excitement and fear before that initial horseback riding experience. Ease into the saddle/stirrups, and prevent any mishaps by avoiding these horseback no-nos: Don’t wear formal/unconventional footwear. It’s horseback riding, so stick to equestrian boots if you’re riding English and Western boots if you’re riding Western. […]
My beauty bag bring-along to amplify my light-brown eyes and harmonize with fall-deserving floral crowns this month is Maybelline’s Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner ($9.99). The waterproof, oil-free formula helps to achieve piercing prettiness simply by adding the product to the liner brush and gliding it across the lash from the inner to outer corners. […]
Say what you will or may, but Cowgirl Candace is a forever fan of corduroy — in season or not. To some it’s an outdated fabric. For me, it’s refined farm girl fabulousness. By backwoods upbringing actually required corduroy pants, jackets and hats while cultivating the land. The durable cloth became a barrier against unpredictable […]
Country Western wandering throughout Georgia is one of my primary pastimes. The more history I learn about local communities, the more I appreciate the land and my rural roots. Pit stopping at The Columbus Museum during October, I extended my small-town research to understand how the area known as the Lower Chattahoochee River Valley formed. […]
Did you know: The intimacy of wedding rings dates back to ancient Egypt. Egyptians actually exchanged “rings of love” made of leather or reeds, which — like now — signify eternal love and life. This ethnic group was known for highly regarded rings, specifically signets and scarabs.