Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Yee Haw!

If you live here in Utah then you are aware that the Fourth of July Holiday is only the beginning of the month long celebration. July 24th is the really big holiday around here. It commemorates the day in 1847 when the Mormon pioneers arrived in the Salt Lake Valley. Some say it is celebrated with even more hoopla than the 4th. In any case, July is the month to "get your cowboy on".

As you can see, Second Hand Chic is well stocked with whatever you need to get in touch with your inner cowboy (or girl).
Ride 'em cowgirl!

Love, Kelly


  1. Hi Kelly, love all the cowboy/cowgirl stuff! Just a note... the 24th of July was originally intended to celebrate ALL pioneers who came to Utah, not just the mormons... I wish it was still that way! Our family is not mormon, and in the year 1940, my mama was first attendant to the Queen... back then it was called "Covered Wagon Days"... I am doing a special post on the 24th for my mama,(with all of my newspaper photos I have of her and the parade, etc) and all of Utah's Pioneers and the Native Americans who were already here... I think that's the way it really should be celebrated... xoxo Julie Marie PS What size are those red boots???

  2. Kelly,
    Just wanted to say hi again, (I am the one who makes the jewelry and crowns, I was in the store a few weeks ago.) I love your store. I feel a shopping trip coming on. Love the white chairs. Do you still have them?

  3. Why can't I look like a hot sexy pin-up cowgirl? Annie from brigham

  4. Howdy Kelly....!!

    Hope you've had a GREAT week my Friend....LOVE your little toy horse....He reminds me of my sweet cream & pink pony in my header.... :o) !!

    I'm hoping you & Poopsie are taking it easy seeings as how you have the WHOLE month of July to party on....hahahahaha....!!

    Cheers for now,
    Tamarah :o)