Oct. 20, 2021

ME ----A COWGIRL??!?!?!?

It may surprise some of you…or maybe most of you…MEN of varying ages often send me emails, messages--- even try to call me.   I don’t usually respond.  It’s a waste of my time--as well as theirs. I hardly-ever know the person contacting me and--- believe me when I say--- "I learned my lesson about "gamblin" on men--- long ago BUT……

Just Yesterday---

I was writing on my laptop when a message notice popped up from someone named Jack.  Jack’s last name was unfamiliar and---his first name was definitely one “strike” against him but--on impulse-- I opened the message. Instead of the usual trite and boring question: “How are you doing?”---this guy Jack asked: “Sally, are you happy?”

I can’t remember the last time anyone asked me that question so I decided to answer.  I said:  “For me, no two days are the same. I look for satisfaction and a degree of happiness in everything I do.”  About ten minutes passed before I got this reply: “Okay, I think I understood that.  I’m looking for a companion--but I’m not sure you are.”  I should have left well-enough alone but--I couldn’t let him have the “last word” so I wrote: “I would enjoy having a close friend--a very-special and true confidante. It would be fun having someone who liked sharing a variety of adventures while looking at the world through “curious” eyes”!

Almost immediately, Jack responded: “Okay that helps.  I’m basically looking for the same.  My profile states---I’m a single cowboy looking for adventures, who loves to travel and has “tons” to offer. The simple life is my life.  I want to add someone to it but I don’t want a complicated life….no drama, just fun. I like your looks but I needed to know more about you. From what you’ve written, I think I’m looking for a more-personal touch but--thanks anyway.”

The Cowboy’s quick farewell seemed strange---so I entered his name on Facebook.  Dear old Jack had very-few photos of himself but one photo showed him wearing chaps and standing beside a horse trailer. He was trim-enough with gray hair and moustache, nice-looking and I’d estimate—“somewhere-over-seventy “. 

Jack had nearly one thousand FB Friends and most  were women. In fact, he was seriously “following” two women.  I guess they were both finalists in the “TONS TO OFFER” Adventure.  One said she’d grown-up with her own horse and loved “all things horses”.  This finalist was young, probably in her twenties so maybe Jack could be her “sugar daddy” or-- even better-- her “Rhinestone Cowboy”!

The other finalist was older and judging from her appearance and suggestive clothing--I suspect she’s quite “handy” when it comes to men--but she didn’t mention how she “handled” horses.

I don’t doubt the older “finalist” has a unique “personal touch”, something I appeared to lack.  In fact, she might be able to teach Jack more than a few things about “FUN AND ADVENTURE”--especially with his “tons to offer.”  Too Bad--we'll never know if Jack was referring to his money, horses, play toys, personal equipment---or a special "talent".

Clearly, Jack and I have nothing in common.  He lives in Utah, attended Brigham Young University, he's Mormon, and has spent lots of time on farms and the “wide-open-spaces”.  Judging from his many Facebook photos of women in interesting stages of “undress”--Jack likes his women to look-like “Show Horses”.

Maybe Mormon Men like their women to “show” a lot so it’s easier for the men to “horse” around.

I think I’ll just stay loyal to my favorites--Roy Rogers and Trigger.  I certainly don't plan on trading my Crown for a Cowgirl Hat—anytime soon.

 Stay Close.


Latest comments

17.10 | 01:42

I miss being Facebook friends with you! Hope you are well and happy.

Tammy Brookover Jay

15.10 | 01:28

Love all of this. I'm so lucky to be your neighbor,

30.08 | 16:26

Sally, my friend, I love your writings and sometimes they make me cry and then smile. I love you as if I had known you all my life. God Bless you each and every day in all you do.

29.08 | 19:19

Lol, I loved reading this story! As a female that dated a couple men with Harleys, I totally understand and met Harley Guy myself, many times over!
I hope you get your 3wheels someday soon!

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