Worldwide Steel Cowgirl Day is June 25th of each year. It's a day to celebrate the sisterhood of women riders around the world as well as honor those we have lost. Women around the world get out and ride, dine, cocktail, laugh, cry, hug, chat or anything else that you want to do in your towns, this is our day! When we wear our shirts and take to the roads on this day it will be like we are all riding together from afar. This is not one location, it happens wherever you are, right in your town. This year I used your favorite 4.5-ounce, 60/40 ring spun combed cotton/poly raglan style shirt white with black sleeves.
Each shirt will have a 1.5" Lucky Tree Frog in glitter pink on it (read below why)
What does this little pink frog mean on my shirt? This is a lucky frog and when you have her near, she will help protect you. This little frog is in memory of my mom, Anne, that loved all of you Steel Cowgirls. As she battled cancer, I would read her your kind words and she would get the biggest smile, you helped her more than you know. Why a pink frog? Pink was mom's favorite color and frogs were her guardian creatures. She loved them and they always seemed to be near her. I hope you love it as much as I do.
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