Thursday, July 15, 2010

Living on the Wild Side

To have lived in a time when Cowboys were exploring towards the west and Indians were living at their greatest glory must have been amazing to experience. That was the real "Living on the Wild Side". The spirit of adventure and courage is what made this nation what it is today. It is an inner strength to follow your dreams and living your life on your terms. Finding the beauty in nature and the beautiful colors that God created for us. Living wild is about a rebellious heart to love beyond our ourselves and give back in appreciation. I'm just a simple lady from Texas that is curious and happy to be an American.
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Few things I love....
Fresh fruit grown by local growers!
Fashion inspired by the American west.
Home decor that invites comfort and love.
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Lots of Blog Parties and Events going on today. Be sure to go by to meet new friends, learn new things and get inspired. A lot of wonderful women have opened their heart and blogs, so honor them with a sweet comment!!
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Yoli :)

19 comments:

  1. Yoli, those pottery dishes are gorgeous!

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  2. Those dishes are like Cowboy FiestaWare!

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  3. Great dishes...love their rims! Thanks for sharing.
    Sharlotte

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  4. Me being a Texas girl too; I LOVE everything you pictured!! Espcially the necklaces and belts! I love some chunky belts and necklaces!

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  5. Oh I love those rustic dishes, very nice!

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  6. I love cowboys and those dishes. Cute post.

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  7. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog the other day and leaving a sweet comment. Oh my gosh, I love, love, love those dishes, so pretty. And, you look way to young to have teenage kids.

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  8. Love those dishes! and the turquoise...and the belt buckles.....ya need some Cowboy music with this post;)

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  9. Hi - I'm a new follower , please check out my blog & follow me back.
    Thanks, Mr. Monkey

    http://laughingmonkeystick.blogspot.com/

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  10. I like your blog a lot Yoli! You are a kind person. I am showing off your blog on my Pink Saturday post that I have to post early! I am going out of town tomorrow so you can catch my post early. Blessings to you and yours. Your favorite things are awesome. I love stopping by. Anne

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  11. Following you back from playdate friday.

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  12. Hi! I'm your Newest Friday Follower! Nice to 'meet' you! :)

    I'd love it if you'd followed me back!
    http://www.withourbest.com

    -Karissa

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  13. Hi! I'm your new follower from Friendly Friday!

    DustinNikki Mommy of Three
    http://dustinnikki.blogspot.com/

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  14. Great things here! The pottery and turquoise is nice!

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  15. ¸.•..¸.•*¨Hopping in from the Friday Blog Hop! I'm your new follower!

    Hope you can come on by and return the follow♥

    Reviews & Giveaways
    TheChickenista

    ~Veronica

    Off to the next great blog!¸.•..¸.•*¨

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  16. I was born in Texas (thanks to Uncle Sam sending my dad to Ft. Hood). I don't remember living there, but I still like saying that's the state where I was born. Your patriotic comments at the beginning of the post are inspiring. Hope you have a great weekend!

    Bill

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