Every woman has a little bit of Prairie Wife in her. Love and loyalty to family and friends, determination to follow your dreams and a little bit of sass and style is all you need to call yourself a Prairie Wife. Married or not, if you are a woman of grit and grace, this is the place for you.

Prairie Wife of the Week

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Some of you may have noticed that our Prairie Wife of the Week feature went to every other week after LittleMissH was born. I've had some readers asking what's going on and wondering if we've run out of Prairie Wives to interview...I assure you that is not the case at all. If anything we have more than ever, as we have more and more fans of our [Read more...]

More From the Wives…

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My New Reality

Once in a while on PrairieWifeInHeels.com, “things” get real, and humor just isn’t appropriate. I’m going to share something today with you, our readers, and I am going to be totally open and honest… I, BonitaBlueEyes, lived in a marriage for far too long that was not working. I did it because I’m a person [Read more…]

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Get Your Schedule Organized for Under $50

School is about to start and for many of us moms it’s time to pull yourself together and get back on the organization train. There is something about this time of year that makes me want to sharpen my pencils and straighten up my own desk. Maybe it’s the Cowkids and their fresh school supplies, [Read more…]

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So Long Summer

It’s officially the one week countdown to the first week of school. Around here that means that starting tomorrow the Cowkids will be forced to wake up at our school day time (6:30) and bedtime will be slowly returning back to it’s normal lights out at 8:30 time. Like the rest of the world I [Read more…]

The Mermaid's Sister

The Mermaid’s Sister By Carrie Anne Noble

I love novels, and I often find it hard to immerse myself in biographies or essays. I just can’t seem to get lost in them the same way I do a fantasy or historical fiction novel. The Mermaid’s Sister by Carrie Anne Noble is one of those novels that I dove into and hardly remembered [Read more…]