I’m so excited that the weather is finally starting to cooperate in Houston. It felt like all we had were dark, dreary, and cold days; which does not work well for a girl who spent most of March at the Houston Rodeo. I had dreams of dresses, boots, turquoise, bangles and so much more, but unfortunately I was left with wearing black skinny jeans tucked into boots with a flannel and puffer vest. It was not the look I was going for, but at least I was warm and somewhat put together. Who knows, maybe the Texas weather will get its act together so I can wear a dress and boots to the last night I will visit the rodeo to see The Band Perry.
In a perfect world, I would have worn these outfits:
As you can see, I have a MAJOR obsession with neutrals! It looks so crisp, clean and put together; I can’t get enough.
Have you ever heard of “Mutton Busting”? It is by far my favorite rodeo event. They have a kid, that is about 5 or 6 and have them hold onto the back of a sheep and see how far they can ride it. Mutton Busting can also be referred to as, the test of a child’s love for an animal conducted by having them hold onto a sheep for 15 seconds as it shoots out of their pen like a rocket ship. The adults get the entertainment, the kids get to enjoy their 15
minutes seconds of fame as they see themselves on the big screens throughout the arena, and a promise of ice cream. It is a win/win for everybody involved. If you click on the link below, you can enjoy some Mutton Busting.