Tutti Cowgirl's Place

 Lakeland, Florida, USA
Tutti Cowgirl

We're Tutti Cowgirl from Lakeland, Florida. We're originally from Overland Park, Kansas. We're married to Bookworm Cowboy and we're both retired. We're a cautious woman, keep to ourselves and enjoy life with our husband, Bookworm Cowboy. We were both hard-core CB Radio enthusiasts for years, and it's how we first met. Today, we enjoy playing online games, sewing, quilting, chatting on Zello and listening to Music. We love hunting for deals around town, on Amazon, eBay, Craigslist, etc. We ONLY enjoy classic television shows or movies from the 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s, the good stuff. I enjoy YouTube to find videos on Sewing, Quilting, Cross Stitch, Olympic Gymnastics and Music. You'll find us playing games as Fairway Solitaire, Farm Frenzy, Fruit Ninja, Ranch Rush, My Restaurant Empire, Cooking Festival, and more. I listed our sites, social media, and other links below. Thanks for stopping in and please look over our Florida Attractions, Florida's Best Kept Secrets, Unusual Attractions Around the United States, Odd Places to Stay, Tiny Homes, Off Grid Living, Famous Graves, Hobbies, Getting Active, Cooking, Gardening, Reinvent Yourself, Photo Gallery, Multiplayer Gaming, Bob's Ministry and more.

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Photo Gallery

Tutti Cowgirl at Disney World
Going to Disney World 
Tutti Cowgirl at Alderman Ford Park, Plant City
Alderman Ford Park Plant City
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Trick or Treat 2020
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Tutti Cowgirl having fun
Tutti Cowgirl having fun
Tutti Cowgirl at Sam's Club
Tutti Cowgirl Loves Sam's Club
Tutti CowgirlLoves Shopping
Tutti Cowgirl Loves Christmas
Tutti CowgirlLoves Christmas
Tutti Cowgirl Loves Shopping
Tutti Cowgirl shopping at Sam's Club


“If the plan doesn’t work, change the plan, but never the goal.” You can't change anyone, you can only change your relationship with people. So ALL you can do is tell them to go.”“Sometimes the hardest part isn’t letting go but rather learning to start over.”“Letting go means to come to the realization that some people are a part of your history, but not a part of your destiny.”