If you live in the Western United States and you're not a Cowgirl--you're NOT putting this landscape, history and tradition to good use! There's no place in the world that you will look less out of place wearing a cowboy hat, ****-kickers and jeans than here in the good old Wild West! (And, it is wild.)
Even if you don't own a horse or a COW--for goodness sake, consider being a Cowgirl anyway. If you want to be one, just say, I wanna be a Cowgirl three times, tap the pointy toes of your boots together, and there you go--you are one.
I was reading the reviews of my favorite coffee spot, Chaps, on the internet today and I had a sudden realization--an epiphany--that not every girl wants to be a COWGIRL.
Can that be?!?
I discovered this fact after I read the reviews of Chaps. Of course, the glowing one I wrote a long time ago came up first--something about Nirvana, Heaven, and Shangri-la all rolled into one--it was in its own category at the very top of the google search page, but I noticed there were some more, less true ones below...
Like this from some no-Cowgirl-gal named Darcy--
Honestly, we do go to restaurants and hope for good food more than we hope for a hug LOL.What's that all about?!? You go to restaurants for food rather than a hug from Celeste--the ultimate go-go-Cowgirl?!? You, Darcy, are not a Cowgirl. You should go to Starbucks.
How about this one from some one named Remi...
And the cowboy decor? Ick.You don't like Cowboy decor? Really? Then why do you live in the Northwest?!? Oh, and Chaps is actually Cowgirl Shabby Chic, to be more accurate.
Luckily for Chaps, the good reviews far outweighed the bad, but I have to wonder--how could anyone not like Chaps? I DON'T get it.
So, calling ALL Cowgirls!!--I'm getting together a Cowgirl coffee for this Saturday. I've put the word out to every Cowgirl in Spokane--(though I really hope they don't all show up or Chaps will HATE me). Come when you want, leave when you want, have some coffee!
And, as for me, I wanna be a Cowgirl!