Four Reasons Country Girls Outclass Princesses

| 1/16/2015 4:12:00 PM

Tags: Princesses, Cowgirl, Country Girl, Living The Country Life, Life Principles, Short Stories With Moral Lessons, Mental Morsels, Jamie Cearley,

Jamie Cearley, PhDPrincess backpacks, princess toothbrushes, princess sheets, princess pajamas, and yes, even princess underwear. Apparently a lot of little girls these days are living and breathing the idea that they either already are or should aspire to become a princess. Ugh!

Have you seen the toys these wishful princesses play with? There are dolls, whose heads look like overgrown pumpkins sitting on a fence post of a neck, whose eyes are the size of a harvest moon on a dark fall night, and whose bodies are so frail and thin they look like they need to eat a whole hogs worth of bacon just to live another day!



Then there are the electronic toys, bleeping and talking to them saying things like, “Enter your princess name …. That’s a beautiful name for a princess.” Yuck! The movies, oh my, the movies. If I see another bug eyed, pencil legged princess, with hair to beat a Gypsy Vanner, being rescued and given meaning in life by some burly blond guy whose chest is ten times the circumference of his waist I might lose it.

Here are four reasons country girls outclass princesses:

1/20/2015 9:47:15 AM

Suzannah, I couldn't agree with you more. Here's hoping we can influence the world for better in our own little way. Thank you for your comment.

1/19/2015 5:21:12 PM

Dave, my husband would shout out a resounding AMEN to your comments. That's one of the big reasons I like him so much. I manage our little farm full time and am very often found appearing just as you describe. Although, I would like to think I clean up good too! :) He says I do. Glad to hear there are more men like him out there. Thanks for your comments.

1/19/2015 5:17:22 PM

Suzannah, I couldn't agree more with your comments. Thank you for sharing. Here's hoping we can influence our world for the better!

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