Out of my heart to encourage others, I believe the cowgirl was born inside of me. It feels as though that seed has been geminating for years, and now it's time for her to come forth out of the dark soil into the day light. For a very long time, I have chosen to move toward my fears in order to learn, grow, and become stronger. It is by far not easy, yet I still persevere. That's what cowgirls do!
Today, looking back at some of my first cowgirls, I am humbled. They look pretty pitiful for the most part. I didn't even put whites in their eyes, and instead left them skin tone. Some faces looked like little ET's (Extraterrestrials). For anyone on the receiving end of an inspiration card from Jessica Brogan's swap, I apologize for the way these cowgirls looked.
Just as I am changing, so is my cowgirl. There is more clarity in her face, the whites are in her eyes, and she appears gentle, yet strong. She has gotten braver in her evolution. We can all have an inner "cowgirl" or "cowboy" if we surrender to the changes life brings. This is what is happening to my cowgirls on paper, and to me. Yeeehaaaaa!!!