1 Year of RKB + Re-Introduction – ROWDY K

1 Year of RKB + Re-Introduction

Hi there! This is my first blog post I've ever posted, I’m both nervous and excited about it. Today I spent my morning opening up packages from a maker and messaging y’all! I realized that it has been one year of RKB so I thought I might as well start writing blog posts as this is something I’ve been thinking of doing! 

If you don’t already know my name is Kylee, I started Rowdy K in March of 2020 but didn’t decide to start selling Native American jewelry until July of 2020. I had always had a love for NA jewelry as I saw relatives wearing it and wanted to have my own collection, once I realized I had the opportunity source it for others I had to do it! I fell in love with the history & beauty that the pieces had. My collection is always growing as is the unique pieces I carry in my shop.

This year will be very different for myself & RKB as I am moving for school. I’m originally from Missouri, but I will be in Oklahoma studying animal science & communication as well as being apart of the livestock judging team at Northern Oklahoma.

After JuCo I plan on attending senior college to get my bachelors in Animal Science with a focus in communications or business. I hope to be able to continue my small business even into my full time career. I’m so excited for what this year has to bring and I am so grateful for the last year and how much RKB has grown. This is something that I never could have expected.

A bit of a get to know me… All through my life I had loved agriculture but didn’t know if it would fit into my career plans, once I was in animal science class I learned there was more to it than being an ag teacher, farmer, rancher or extension agent. I realized that the ag industry is way more expansive than I had ever understood. From these high school ag classes I think what I best took away was advocating, it is something that is very near and dear to my heart. During 2020 my class wasn’t able to have visitors so we would have weekly zoom calls with individuals with unique careers in agriculture, it really opened my eyes more to how many people have a hand in keeping this industry alive!

If you would like to keep up with me personally, my Instagram is @kyleegracecannon. On the note of moving, if anyone is local to the OKC/Stillwater area shoot me a message so we can be friends! Also looking for all the recommendations on things to do & where to get hair & nails done, haha! Thank you all for being apart of this wonderful journey and stay tuned for even more exciting things things to come!

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