Not a Hallmark Movie

Not a Hallmark Movie

Aren’t we all a bit nostalgic? I love small towns, mine is Whitehouse, Texas. Do you ever miss the ‘old days’ of small towns where everyone knows your name? I do too!

Tonight we enjoyed “Christmas in the Park” in Whitehouse, Texas. Going back into the past of small town gatherings. Christmas Parade with floats representing FFA Old time Farmall tractors that were refurbished like the one my grandfather owned, which had been painstakingly refurbished by my daddy.

Church floats with Nativity is what Christmas is all about! Pom Pon Squads doing their routines. And of course, Fire Trucks with Santa waving at the crowd, with the finale of the lighting of the Christmas tree in the park. A Christmas movie on the big screen, like the old time drive in movies.

It felt good to have some normalcy and joy remembering the reason for the season. It has been a rough year, 2020, and I think everyone enjoyed the way life was before COVID.

Cowgirl Elegance had a successful evening! Booths in the park filled with vendors selling their wares. It gave me excitement about Christmas and the gathering of families and making memories!

What is your favorite Christmas memory?

Until we meet again….

Keep your boots in the stirrups and have a blessed day!


Cowgirl Elegance Fundraising Event for Starbrite Therapeutic  Equestrian Center

Cowgirl Elegance Fundraising Event for Starbrite Therapeutic Equestrian Center

My passion is helping people and loving horses! Stay tuned, as I will be doing a fundraising event for Starbrite Therapeutic Equestrian Center in Whitehouse, Texas, where I volunteer. I will have a coffee tasting table set up for their open house on Friday, November 20 at 2pm. Check out their website at Kim Oliver is the director there, and she is such an amazing lady! She genuinely loves people and horses. There is no doubt this is her passion! Come on by, taste our coffee, and 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the center!