Lexsey Lanzotti gives us a beautiful spin on the song “Country Boy Love” giving us a soft rendition of the song.
Video credit: Facebook: Lexsey Lanzotti Music
Video credit: Facebook: Lexsey Lanzotti Music
Don’t let huge obstacles get in the way of your dreams. One baby goat is doing just that while trying to fight off something much bigger than itself -a horse.
Imagine if everyone in the world thought like this goat. We could all get much more accomplished. Better luck next time little guy!
Watch the video below:
Now that’s a Country Girl. Three year old Sianna knows how to take charge when it comes to riding horses. She has a mare named Lady that she’s best friends with.
In this video, her mom discovers that she can get on the horse all by herself (without a saddle) and do a few neat tricks. Watch the precious moment unfold below:
Forget the fancy glitz and glamour of New Years Eve. In the country, all you need is some good company, great food and drinks, music, and the perfect bonfire party to ring in the new year. Bonfires are laid back, relaxing, and simply unforgettable. Here are a few DIY tips to planing the perfect New Years Eve bonfire party.
1. Find the right location
Whether it’s at your Pap’s ranch, by the beach, or a registered campsite, you want to find the perfect location to ring in the new year. Is there a burn ban in effect? Have the conditions been fairly wet, windy, or dry? These are a few questions to consider when planning.
2. Prepare Easy & Tasty Food
A few simple, easy to prepare, DYI food items are frankfurters, burgers, smores, barbecue, beans, and anything that can be stored in a cooler. Plan your food items out ahead of time whether it’s something that can be prepared and chilled beforehand, or cooked by the fireside.
3. Use essential plates, cups, and storage
Some key essentials come with the plates, cups, and storage of your bonfire site. You want to keep drinks and perishable foods chilled at all times. Bring a cooler, trash bags/cans, and disposable cups, forks, and spoons to make cleanup easier, especially if you’re renting a campsite for the evening. You don’t want a hefty fine for the New Year.
4. Plan your signature Bonfire Party Outfit
If you’re going to be outdoors for the evening and by the fireside, you want to make sure that you’re as comfy as can be. Hoodies, caps, and boots are a must. Keep it casual and low key.
5. Organize the Perfect Bonfire
Plan the right sized bonfire location. Some simple sticks will do the trick for something smaller and low key. Firewood works for a bonfire of a much larger scale. Be sure to use your best judgement when scaling the size of your fire. You don’t want things to get out of control or fizzle out before the night ends. Always be safe, and make sure to have a couple of experts around that can be on standby in case of emergency. Keep a cellphone or first aid kit on handy as well.
With these tips, we hope you have a thorough idea on how to start the perfect New Years Bonfire Party. What tips do you have? Leave us a comment!
We love Thanksgiving so much. The family comes in from far and wide. Some cousins you haven’t seen since you were in diapers.
There’s football, laughter, and all the food you can get. I mean sure, you can eat healthy too, after all there is green bean casserole, cranberry sauce, and sweet potato pie. That’s a good mix of fruits and veggies, right?
Here are 12 must haves for the perfect Country Thanksgiving.
Whether it’s deep fried, or baked to perfection. Some like it sweet, some like it smoked, and some like it barbecued.
2. Mashed Potatoes
No one in their right might could deny this fluffy, buttery, goodness. Add a bit of garlic and basil and you’re in business.
Mmmmm… We could swim in it.
4. Sweet Cornbread Pudding
We can’t begin to describe the yummy goodness that’s in bread pudding.
5. Country Ham
What’s wrong with a little extra meat? Nothing. Absolutely nothing.
6. Cranberry Sauce
Whether it’s out of the can or homemade. We don’t care, it’s a must!
7. Cornbread Stuffing
Anything with cornbread and stuffing in the same sentence is a win in my book.
8. Green Bean Casserole
I’m going to stop you right there while I catch my breath. Green Bean casserole is a dream, and it’s healthy too (sort of)! We like it with mushroom sauced, baked with crunchy onions, and yumminess.
9. Sweet Potato Pie/Pecan Pie/ Pumpkin Pie
All the pies, we want them all.
10. Your Signature Cocktail
Whether you’re a mimosa girl, or like to slip in a bit of Moonshine in your Sweet Tea. You know you need something to watch down all that food and get you prepped for the game.
I’m a Texas girl, and we love our Cowboys. I won’t apologize for it.
12. Your Crazy Country Family
Mom, Dad, Nana, my crazy siblings. I love them all. Spend some time with the family and cherish these moments. They are the best of times.
– Happy Thanksgiving!
Country Girls® love the outdoors, are independent, down to earth, romantic, sensual, yet horseshoe tough. Country Girls® are just as comfortable watching a sunset on the beach or horseback riding on the trail. She was a tomboy as a girl, ran barefoot, caught butterflies and walked through the rain without an umbrella. She is Sassy and genuine.
Country Girls® love muddin, bonfires, know how to shoot.
Country Girls® exude a quiet confidence and ease of being; a love of nature and classic style.
You don’t have to live in the Country to be a Country Girl®. Country Girl® is a state of mind as well as a lifestyle. You can live in the Hamptons or Nashville Tennessee.
It’s time for a look back at the Country Music Charts this Throwback Thursday.
September 25, 1994
On this day back in 1994 a man by the name of Joe Diffie was blowing up the Country Music Charts with the #1 hit single “Third Rock From The Sun.” To all the youngsters reading, watch the video with an open mind will you? 🙂
Joe Diffie – Third Rock From The Sun
I’m sure we can all agree that no one had it easy back then with the mullet. Let’s flash forward ten years shall we?
September 25, 2004
Keith Urban scored his 5th number one single with “Days Go By” back in 2004, and days do in fact go by when you realize that this song is over 10 years old!
Keith Urban – Days Go By
This was a look back at the top hits from the past two decades on this Throwback Thursday.
What’s sexier than a Country Boy who flies a plane, rides a motorcycle, chops wood, and serenades you with a guitar? Not a whole lot.
See for yourself and watch Dierks Bentley’s latest music video “Say You Do.”
Image Courtesy of YouTube.