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By By Laura Kelly, Entertainment Weekly EditorApril 23, 2019 06:01:30By Laura KellyThis year marks the 25th anniversary of The Cowgirl, a magazine launched by Mary Louise Mensch in 1988 that has sold more than 20 million copies.

We sat down with Mensch, who launched the first issue of the magazine in 1987, to find out what it’s like to be a mom in the ’90s and what’s next for the magazine.

Q: So, the Cowgirl is celebrating its 25th year!

How does it feel to be the first mom-centric issue of a magazine to debut?

A: It’s a little bittersweet.

It’s been a pleasure to do this, to work with Mary Louise and the other women who have helped shape this magazine, and to share the experiences of moms with their kids.

It was a privilege to create something that celebrates all the wonderful moms who love and share the joys of life.

Q.

Do you feel the Cowgirls legacy still holds true?

A.

It definitely does.

The Cowgirls was one of the first magazines for mothers to be an important part of the culture.

In many ways, the magazine’s legacy is just like any other mom-centered magazine.

I think the CowGirl has always had the mission of empowering moms to be role models and heroes for their kids and to give the world a better look at their parenting.

I hope it continues to inspire mothers, especially those in the Bay Area, to continue to be proud of the parenting they do, and also to continue their love of children.

Q.: Do you miss writing about the news?

A.: Yes.

I still love the Cow Girl.

I love to talk about all the things that moms are doing in their lives, the news they’re seeing and the things they’re trying to change for their own kids.

I just wish there was more to it.

I also think it’s important for parents to understand the importance of a mother’s day, even if that means that they don’t have the time to go to the grocery store or take a walk down the street.

I’m a mom and it was my job to be there, and I still do it, but it’s not my job anymore.

Q.’

I was wondering if you could talk about the evolution of the CowGirls website.

A: We launched Cowgirls.com in 2000 to get moms and dads in the area to connect with each other and get the information they needed to help them get the best possible advice, support, and support for their families.

It really did work.

Since then, Cowgirls has grown into a global destination for moms, dads, and other moms-in-the-know, with over 200 million unique monthly unique visitors.

I can’t tell you how many moms and their friends that have visited Cowgirls and shared their experiences.

It has been such a blessing for us.

Q’: I heard that the CowGurl, a new monthly subscription-only publication, is launching next week.

Is it possible to expect CowGucks in the fall?

A., Mary Louise, Cowgirl creator, founder of Cowgirl magazine: The CowGiggle, the second issue of CowGirl, is due out in October.

We are launching a subscription version of the issue, the third, in January.

It will have a monthly price of $2.99.

Cowgirl.com will be a weekly, subscription-based site, with the Cow Gurl.

Q,’ How do you feel about the internet age and social media?

A, Mary Louise: Social media has changed the way we talk about family.

When we were kids, you had to go out into the streets and show your family members your birth certificate.

Now, you can share with the world.

The internet is a huge force for the spread of information, and it has created a new era of family sharing, so we’re very excited about that.

Q:’ What is the best thing about your CowGirl experience?

A,’ Mary Louise.

You never knew what was going to happen next.

You could say, “Oh, this is going to be fun.

This is going a little crazy.”

You know?

That’s what Cowgirl was all about.

Cowgirls is a very, very funny publication, and we love to laugh, too.

Q,’ How is CowGirl different than other mom sites?

A.’

Cowgirl has become a mom-focused network.

CowGirls.com is about mom-finding and CowGirl.com, the subscription-friendly website, is a place for moms to connect.

CowGirl also offers support for moms-and-poms in their communities.

Q., What’s next?

A.– The CowGirl website will be live on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter this coming Thursday.

Cow Girl will also have a social media presence through its website and YouTube channel.

CowGirls.com and CowGURL.com have launched

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