When Creativity Meets Passion

Hey, it’s Barb, and I’m at the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame Museum in Fort Worth.

By the time you get this, I have already presented at the Museum.

Every time I’m in this place, I’m so moved by what creativity and passion can do in our lives. And creativity and passion don’t have to be recognized in a museum, and those attributes are for all of us to embrace.


VIDEO TRANSCRIPT:

Hey, it’s Barb, and I’m at the National Cowgirl Hall of Fame Museum in Fort Worth.

By the time you get this, I have already presented at the Museum.

Every time I’m in this place, I’m so moved by what creativity and passion can do in our lives. And creativity and passion don’t have to be recognized in a museum, and those attributes are for all of us to embrace.

I encourage you to follow your dreams and your passions. Be you. Be creative. Be resourceful. And you never know where that’s going to take you. That’s my message today. Be you and do what you love.

Here’s some old video from Annie Oakley in the Stacy Mc David Gallery. So as you can see, it doesn’t matter what era you’re from or in, how old you are, or anything you or I can come up with to limit ourselves.

Thank you for allowing me to share some of my emotions today and the inspiration I feel in this beautiful place.

That’s it for now. Bye. Leave a comment for me.

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9 Comments on When Creativity Meets Passion

  1. Camille Abbott on Sun, 16th Apr 2023 4:54 pm
  2. Love this! I would have loved to hear you speak.

  3. Carol on Sun, 16th Apr 2023 7:29 pm
  4. Your spirit of inner resourcefulness is such a positive message for all. We should Always look for the good every day. Thank you 😊

  5. Carol MacGregor on Sun, 16th Apr 2023 10:51 pm
  6. Hi Barb, that was GREAT!!! Thank you for letting us view some of the Cowgirl Hall of Fame. My sister and I did get to visit it in 2015 and it was awesome. We saw your name and contribution to the horse world there too. 🙂

  7. Shirley Haake on Sun, 16th Apr 2023 11:24 pm
  8. Barb, Loved seeing the Cowgirl Hall of Fame and hearing you talk, about passion, with so much passion!
    Miss you so much!
    Take care of yourself!
    Love,
    Shirley Haake

  9. Tassie Sitton Corbett on Mon, 17th Apr 2023 4:54 am
  10. That was great Barb, you could hear the emotion in your voice and the awe of how grateful you are to a part of that place in history. Congratulations to you and I can’t wait to visit it next time I’m in Fort Worth.

  11. Judi Coyne on Mon, 17th Apr 2023 7:30 am
  12. LOVED THIS – gave me goose bumps and choked me up. Would love to see your tribute that is in the museum because its unlikely I will ever make it to the Musuem.

  13. Tania Allman on Mon, 17th Apr 2023 6:00 pm
  14. Love your thoughts
    Brings me to tears
    Beautiful words
    Thank you

  15. Carol Mills on Tue, 18th Apr 2023 12:44 pm
  16. I remember visiting there not long after it opened. I had a young lady staying with us from Australia and I wanted her to see the museum before she went back home. I really didn’t know what to expect. But shortly after entering the halls I became very emotional also. Seeing all the women who were pioneers in being “Cowgirls” was overwhelming to me. I left there that day feeling EMPOWERED to be a cowgirl as well. Definitely a must see when in Ft. Worth if you have never been. I look forward to going back one day soon. I know I will be filled with a sense of pride to be living the western lifestyle. Blessed for sure!!

  17. Dawn on Wed, 19th Apr 2023 6:15 am
  18. Thanks Barb for the mini tour and your thoughts. I love when you do these short and sweet videos! You’re always an inspiration.

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