Annie Ferguson Muscato
"To share what I know with empathy and integrity."
Annie is a southern wife, mom, professional, graduate student, and wanna-be farmer. She resides with her family on a horse farm at the end of a long dirt road. She finds joy in writing, early morning trail rides, perfectly made mint juleps, cooking for a crowd, and southern colloquialisms.
Read more of Annie's work on her blog, Spilled Milk Love.
People will fail to believe you because you are Black or Latina or transgender or young or because you are any of those things and a woman.
She didn’t just teach me how to ride; she taught me how to live.
You’ll find yourself caught in it before you can figure out what happened. Here is all you need to remember: don’t panic.
You gasp in awe at the curves of a Carolina shoreline but forget the power of humanity is harnessed in the curves of your hips.
We were a story of conflicting truths that never should have been.
Grant me a lifetime of infinite moments where God exists in full color.
Someday she will cover you with a dishcloth on the kitchen floor for the last time.