Elementor #17519

Dear Cowgirl,

Dear Cowgirl,

The world feels really noisy somedays
Most days actually
The whole female race screaming to be more
To add more
To be aggressive
To yell louder

Feminism replacing femininity

To step back from things like
The news
The loudness of it all
The intensity
Social media
Fear
Panic
Comparison

To allow joy
In the form of

Softness
Baking
Nice horses
Happy cows you can’t believe are yours
Perfectly worn flannel shirts
Hot mugs of stew on chilly November nights
Kisses from a happy, well loved baby learning how to giggle and kiss and crawl
Music that worships the Lord rather than degrading women
A trap line to walk again
Pulling out that unfinished quilt to sew
Will james books and their familiar stained and yellow worn pages
Hugs that last forever from true friends
Wildflowers in a Topo Chico bottle on the windowsill
Dinner and lonesome dove under a buffalo robe blanket
Making music around a fire because it brings you joy, not because someone wants to pay you

Freedom in open spaces
Freedom in hope
Freedom from it all
Freedom to let go

I hope you remember that
It’s beautiful to be a woman
It’s an honor to be a mother and homemaker
It’s a gift to be able to be soft rather than harsh
It’s a joy to be free rather than fit in

It’s a good life, if we just live it
Try it sometime 💕

©Adrianbbrannan

#dearcowgirl

2 thoughts on “Elementor #17519”

  1. Adrian, You are FANTASTIC. I got to see you at the NFR and your personality, values and story are so NEEDED in this world today. I am excited about your music and after reading a few of your blogs and about your book, I know that you have already made a large difference in many people’s lives. Your future is going to be so bright and I see Our Lord God in your life.
    THANK YOU

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