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Saturday, August 22, 2009

Cowgirl Historian telling a tall tale

When I started my Ebay business I never imaginaed the world that would open up to be. I knew my product lines and I knew accounting but I knew nothing about marketing. In my second year I began to take classes about internet marketing. Those classes led me to Twitter. I began using Twitter in July of 2008 and my expectations were for business connections. What I have found on Twitter are many dynamic and interesting people. I feel so fortunate to have a lens into such fascinating people.

One such person is Shirley Morris, a Cowgirl, a Historian, an Artist, a Writer and a Documentary Film Producer. Her Twitter profile is "The Lone Cowgirl" http://thelonecowgirl.blogspot.com/.

I had the priviledge of speaking with Shirley, which afforded me the opportunity to realize I had met one fascinating Cowgirl. Shirley exudes what I like to call "Cowgirl Spirit".

Today on Twitter, Shirley Morris, "The Lone Cowgirl" posted this link to an article in the Writers of America publication, "Roundup" by Dan R. Manning. Mr. Manning, article is informative and can be found at http://www.westernwriters.org/roundup.html

I hope you enjoy this interesting reading.

Sunday, August 16, 2009

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Woman and Horses Expo

Heres the links for one incredible event! Check it out on Twitter @LazyEArena


The Women and Horse Mind, Spirit & Body Seminars

The Women and Horses Versatility Challenge

The Hands On Horse Experience

"Meet the Breeds Avenue"

Rare Breeds Horse Show





November 6-8, 2009
Lazy E Arena Guthrie, OK




Call or e-mail for more information:
405-225-6584 --> -->
horsewomanexpo@aol.com


Click here for printable brochure
Our New Program "Horses for a Better World" will benefit:
for breast cancer research

Friday, August 7, 2009

The Equss Project Aug 9 & 10

"An Evening with Equus" shows at 6 p.m. August 9 and 10 at Heart of the Horse Farm, 21901 Vashon Hwy SW, Vashon Island. There will be a post-performance Q & A with light refreshments. Arrive early, as overflow parking is a short walk from the performance site. Advance ticket purchase only: $25 from Books by the Way, 9923 SW Bank Rd. Vashon, or by contacting equus@karlcronin.com. Rehearsals are open to the public August 5-7 for $10 / day. To attend a rehearsal, call 718-916-3528.