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.


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  • delay don't deny Ditch the Diet #giveaway- This is a guest post written by my good friend Ginny Butcher. I was thrilled when she asked me if she could write a post for me that was geared towards menopausal women’s health. This is something I know that a lot of our readers struggle with and frankly, it’s not… Read More »

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Hooray for these cops!

A neighbor called the cops to report a boy (11) selling hot chocolate in front of his house, outside of Pittsburgh. The officers arrived--and bought hot chocolate! The neighbor had worried because it was cold.

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Mission Statement

To offer support to other women (and their families) through humorous, honest and heartfelt blog posts about our experiences. We want to encourage others to lead their lives with grit and grace so they can discover the “Prairie Wife” within.