Back in September my older sister Nicole told me about how people from Italy were going to be coming to our small family farm in Oregon. I laughed. I honestly thought she was messing with me.. especially the way the whole thing played out. My sister works for a modeling company called Savage Models in... Continue Reading →
In my darkest hour it was Social Media and I Am Second's ability to connect those all around the world that helped bring me closer to God and inspire me to do more with my life!
Why am I nervous for a pageant where I know almost everyone trying out? Because I care, not about the winning but for each girl to be happy at the conclusion of the pageant!
A tribute to those horses that frustrated us almost as much as we loved them! We take our hats off to the 4H horses who taught us patience, hard work, and true love!
Despite being the representatives for the rodeos and the organizations, doing the "dirty work" that the competitors don't typically want to be a part of, rodeo queens have been the burden of many stereotypes. I am here to de-bunk some of these!
Spunky and full of energy this little man makes my heart feel full! ❤️😍
Today is the day. The last day that applications for Miss Rodeo Oregon can be submitted. It cracks me up because a lot of time I feel like girls look at pageants as a "you vs me" kind of ordeal. Whenever I have assisted people with pageant preparation I repeat over and over again that... Continue Reading →
Have you seen cowgirl fashionistas strutting around Vegas or your local rodeo wearing the most preposterous pair of just absolutely amazing pants ever? Want to know what those are?palazzo1 Those, my friends, are the yoga pants of the cowgirl world: PALAZZO PANTS.
This weekend I judged a rodeo queen pageant, something that I am relatively new too. Being a rodeo queen judge is interesting because you have to look as nice as the contestants, you have to know more than the contestants about general knowledgeable items, and you have to be able to keep an open mind... Continue Reading →