Call yourself a cowboy.
Unless you spend your days rising before dawn to herd cattle or care for other livestock, you haven’t earned this coveted title. Most of us aren’t worthy of the title either.
Expect us to be on horseback, wearing snakeskin boots, Wranglers and ridiculous 10-gallon hats.
Texas has not one, not two, but six cities with more than 600,000 residents. Sure, some of us showed Brahman cattle in 4-H, ride trails on the weekends, or own ranches, but more of us work corporate jobs and have never stepped foot on a farm.